AND NOW BE IT RESOLVED, that only Board Members or the Board’s agents may use the names, addresses, phone numbers or email addresses of homeowners for correspondence activities. Should any unauthorized individual use the contact information of homeowners on his/her own, a $50.00 fine may be... Read more »
You need to consult with an attorney who handles property issues in the County, for the reason that you may want to claim adverse possession if you can tack on the previous owner's use of it, and then get possession of the additional property. You have a defense to being compelled to take care of a...Read more »
We have a corner lot deeded 1882. There's a main road in the front and a road on the side. Over time a small shortcut to the main road was created on the side road through our lawn (prior to our ownership). The shortcut makes the intersection a "Y junction" with the left side of the Y on a... Read more »
The questions you ask can only be addressed after consultation with a lawyer. The lawyer would need to take a history from you, view either the property itself or good pictures, and search the title. Additionally, communication with the township or its counsel would be necessary to try to...Read more »
His son has left the trailer on my land since then, said he was going to move it, cleaned out everything he wanted from the trailer, including the wiring and copper pipes, and made a huge mess outside. Someone broke into the trailer in November of 2017, the son wasn't back until May of 2018, so... Read more »
It makes a big difference if the shared deed (a) recognizes the two individual parcels and references surveyed legal descriptions for each, or (b) everything is referenced together as a single tract, with a single legal description.
If (a): You would require consent by the mortgagee,...Read more »
If the house belongs to your uncle and you have no lease, he can force you to leave. It is possible that you could could sue him to recover the costs of the improvements you made to the property, but you would have to review all this with a lawyer to outline all of the facts, such as, whether he...Read more »
She lives in PA and the house is in WV. She said the lawyer was a PA one but sold the house and the occupants are currently living in it. She has yet to get paid and can't pay her bills so her health is at risk due to stress. It sounds fishy to me because the lawyer said they could get her $10k but... Read more »
My sister was given a piece of property from my mom. My mom has 2 houses on it. My sisters would be the 3rd. She took my moms rental house number as her property. She stated that 911 told her there can only be 3 houses on a pvt road. There is another house not related on that pvt rd.
If a stream acts as a border between two private landowners who controls the water? Can I walk the stream with my children without trespassing. Assuming we have no ownership and are just visiting the area.
There is a right of way through my property (a small 30 acre farm) to the neighbors (about 3 acres). The right of way uses our drive then goes through a field between two fenced pastures. The owner of the three acres is using the right of way more now than ever and is pulling farm equipment and... Read more »
If there is an agreement between the parties to re-locate the right of way, you can do that. If there is no agreement between the parties to re-locate, a lawyer would have to review any recorded right of way instrument to determine if the right of way can be re-located. If there is no recorded...Read more »
I own a trailor, i pay a lot rent on the property. I maintain my yard as per agreement. Now im being told who can be in my home and for how long and how many pets im allowed to have. My question is, is this legal if i own the home and not the land.
I own a house that my son lives in. On June 13th a branch took out the power lines. My neighbors n I called and a couple hours later it was back on. My son never told me they left the line in the yard. Went down today with my boyfriend and saw the line. Instead of removing the branch and lifting... Read more »
You can, in order of preference (1) ask/demand that the person leave; (2) demand rent in whatever amount you select, and allow the person to stay; or (3) hire a lawyer and sue the person to compel the person to leave.
Utility an drainage purpose. The drainage side happens to b on neighbor that is telling us it's his property an we cannot access to clean an cut overgrown brush that is preventing the drainage ditch from doing its job, therefore our road is in dire need of repair. With this easement, isn't it our... Read more »
Check your title. Note where the easement is refered to (though it could be a separate document ). Go to the Recorder of Deeds office for your county. Look up the title for the neighbor you mention. See if his title has an easement, or if there is a separate easement recorded. Make a copy of that....Read more »
Of your property to utility an drainage , one homeowner says he does not have to give the 5ft cuz he owns it an that is where the water drainage ditch is located.. It has been 20 years an it needs maintenance due to erosion on road.. Does he legally have to give use the 5ft so that we can repair... Read more »
I am a home owner in a town that has a Shade Tree Commission. The commission prevents me from maintaining, removing, or planting trees in the strip of grass between the sidewalk and street in front of my property. Over the past 10 years I have invested in a retaining wall to beautify my property.... Read more »
The problem is to get around this you'd have to file some expensive and time consuming legal proceedings that would cost more than the sidewalk bill. If you want to repair the sidewalk you need to get the boro to clear it--and take care of any roots.
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