My question involves real estate located in the State of: California
I live in riverside. We have a 6 acre property that is mostly orange trees. There is a fence all the way around the property. The front of the property is on a street, across from a park and next to the park is a Elementry school. There is one row of orange trees outside the fence along the street.
This property has been in the family since around the 1930s and has been kept in the family. But since it has been "grandfathered" in the family hasnt had to curb the front of the property.
Receantly the school has called us and complained that the children were throwing our oranges at eachother. The entire front of our property does not have a curb, its actually a dirt gutter running next to a row of orange trees. Since there is no sidewalk the kids not be walking through our trees as it is.
Its the end of the season so oranges are falling on the floor, but the city hasnt not complained. And trust me the city gets mad quick if the vegetation under the trees gets the slightist bit too tall haha Since they havent cited us I know its not bad.badgered
My question is, who is responsible in the eyes of california law? The school for not making sure their students stay off private property or do we have to make sure these kids cant get to the oranges?