Watersheds are generally not considered public property in and of themselves. A watershed refers to an area of land where all the water that falls or drains within it flows to a common point, such as a river, lake, or ocean. While the land within a watershed may be owned by various entities,...View More
our neighborhood flooded due to the drainage ditches backing up - we had nearly 24 inches of water under our house - it ruined our ac/heat unit and the ductwork. we have had this problem since hurricane Matthew nearly 5 years ago. we have been trying to get the dot to help but no one with help... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. A starting point could be a civil litigation attorney who is familiar with technical property damage claims. Good luck
How have you been given land? Will, Heir, Order of Court? Hire a competent SC attorney to search the Title, draft a Deed with a Derivation of Title Clause, and try to get it executed if it is an actual gift. Otherwise an Affidavit of Heirship might be recorded, with no Deed as ancestor is...View More
The neighbors have a driveway to their property on the backside of their house. The easement is not granted in the deed. How do we go about keeping them from using the driveway that is on our property?
what happens when you do a QuitClaim Deed of property over to a Private Common Law Irrevocable Ecclesiastic Trust? If the person’s name is on the recorded Deed as owner… meaning legal owner of the property, having a legal interest in the property referring to the right to possess or use... View More
Not sure of your question. But if there was a breach of warranties on the Warranty Deed, or some type of dislosure fraud, then a cause of action may exist. It is up to the buyer, now owner, to sue you. If there has not been a Deed executed yet, then read your Contract about each Parties'...View More
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