Usually the established fencing determines the boundary as both adjoining owners acquiesce to the boundary, regardless what their legal descriptions say. If your neighbor does not like your encroachments, it is up to him to file suit within the SOL. Hire a competent attorney to search both...Read more »
A Texas attorney could best address your question, but your post remains open for two weeks. If you contacted a few local attorneys, they could probably outline for you the liabilities and repercussions before you, as well as your rights. You could also explore what options are available to stop...Read more »
Said I damaged the lively hood of that rancher it was an accident in the middle of the night at first they were gonna charge me with leaving the seen if an accident nobody else was involved just me and the cow is this right?
If you left the scene technically they have an argument, but you have a claim for your injuries and damage to your vehicle--I've had several and have won them. Contact a member of the Texas Trial Laweyrs Assn for the County where it happened--they give free consults.
You will have to contact an attorney in Colorado. The laws of that state will govern this matter, since that is where the incident occurred.
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