I constantly struggle with my driveway washing out because of the poorly designed county road the water comes off the road goes straight down my drive washing it out every good rain in tired of spending my money they have no ditches or drainage in place can I hold them legally responsible for the... Read more »
Probably not. It does not appear to be an action in which you'd want to invest time and money. If the county road does not have features that suggest negligence in its design or construction, it would appear that there really wouldn't be a strong case there. A county road is not going to be held to...Read more »
she had a husband and us three kids she left behind . Her husband which is my step father passed away a couple months ago. I'm trying to figure out whose names it should all be in, what are the best legal steps to take . Also my step father has two other children , that are not my moms. Would i... Read more »
Possibly, depending on whether there is a will or your great-grandmother died intestate (without a will). You will likely need to consult an attorney to determine whether ---and to what extend--- you may have an ownership interest in the property.
How do we go about leaving the land and the structures on it to our deceased son's daughter in our will (and makes sure our grand-daughter is going to keep it) over our daughter with this condition in place? Our daughter will attempt to take it from her and then sell the land as soon as we are... Read more »
This is a tricky one. WIth there being multiple potential heirs, you would need to consult an attorney to discuss legitimatizing the heirs, and then determine the best course of action to ensure that the title to the house is straightened out.
A couple of the properties are 3 years behind on taxes. What steps can I take to own them? If one of the houses are abandoned, can I file some paperwork and do some work to become the owner? I am the only lien holder on a couple and there's a couple lien holders on the others.
I have a survey 7 months old, by a licensed surveyer which shows my actual property line, with metal rods located in the 4 corners. We erected the fence and it doesn't enclose a yard, it was privacy between the 2 yards. The fence does not go all the way to the street. There is clearly a straight... Read more »
The answer to your question is "no." Here's a link to a case that discusses adverse possession.
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