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  1. Fences and Walls: Re: Does a Survey Trump Adverse Possession with Land Around Shared Fence

    I would have included boundary by acquiescence if this OP was not in CA. In 2012, CA court of appeals decided a case that effectively struck down the doctrine unless there was an agreement between...
  2. Fences and Walls: Re: Does a Survey Trump Adverse Possession with Land Around Shared Fence

    Adverse possession is only one of the doctrines that could be claimed. However, unless the neighbor has used the property adversely to the owner and can show that they paid taxes on the land (in...
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Security Cameras on Private Property

    That is too broad of a definition. One can be on their own property but cannot record through a window what happens in the neighbor's house . Where there is an expectation of privacy, you can't...
  4. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Borough Mayor Owns/Operates Several Borough Businesses

    Then if the mayor has veto power in your form of municipal government, the council must also have the power to override the veto. Why didn't they?
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Use of Easement by Renter

    The easement language is vague. It does not state the purpose of the easement other than the use of it for public utilities. The use may be obvious (ingress and egress) but it is not stated. All...
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    Fences and Walls: Re: Neighbor Wants to Build a Boundary Fence

    I suggest that you check with any local jurisdiction (township, municipality, or county) about any zoning laws about fence placement. Many zoning law don't allow a fence to be built on the property...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: A Question About Bank Accounts

    If the account is a retirement account and you designate a beneficiary (POD), that beneficiary will have to withdraw a certain amount each year (according to their age) and pay income tax on it.
  8. Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

    That is not what I am saying. I was responding to Zigner where it was said that the stakes were on OP's property. If the stakes were on OP's property it wouldn't be the boundary line would it?

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  9. Maintenance and Repair: Re: Who is Responsible for Easement Maintenance

    Easements get created in various way. They can be by an express grant from a grantor to a grantee, they can be created by a court order or by prescription, they can be created by a recorded plat...
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    Fences and Walls: Re: Growing Plants Close to Neighbors Fence

    Well being the nice neighbor doesn't seemed to have worked very well. Take control of your property or lose control of it. You think about that every time you pay your mortgage or taxes .
  11. Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

    We are speaking of the removal of surveyor stakes aren't we in the contest of the statute? Why do you think that it is vandalism? If a neighbor destroyers survey stakes how is that not covered by...
  12. Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

    I know Landsurveyor for years and I respect his opinion most of the time these days. I responded to his post. The fact is though that the statute stands on its own.

    Answer the question:

    So...
  13. Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

    I disagree. The or does not refer back to permanent. What is the difference between a monument (which is permanent) and a marker that can be anything the surveyor marks in the course of a survey?
  14. Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

    There is absolutely nothing in the Missouri Laws 60.355 that defines either approved monumentation or permanent markers. It says

    Those temporary stakes and ribbons are placed by a registered...
  15. Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

    No you can't.

    It is actually a crime to remove survey markers. The Missouri statute is:




    https://www.lawserver.com/law/state/missouri/mo-laws/missouri_laws_60-355

    You might...
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    Fences and Walls: Re: Growing Plants Close to Neighbors Fence

    The problem with this advise is that OP should not be intimidated by some lunatic neighbor. It is their property and should be able to do with it as they please. For over 3000 years the doctrine...
  17. Contracts and Agreements: Re: Does Nda Apply After Being Reclassified from Employee to Contractor

    I agree. But I'm just going on what OP posted. OP has offered to post the terms and conditions so let's see if they do.
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    Fences and Walls: Re: Growing Plants Close to Neighbors Fence

    OK, so your neighbor can damage your property but says you can't damage his by planting a garden on your property?

    You are allowed to plant anything you like on your own property whether or not it...
  19. Contracts and Agreements: Re: Does Nda Apply After Being Reclassified from Employee to Contractor

    I never said that was the case. The case I cited makes it clear enough.
  20. Contracts and Agreements: Re: Does Nda Apply After Being Reclassified from Employee to Contractor

    The NDA is unenforceable under Georgia's common law. A non-disclosure agreement is very different from that of a non-compete agreement even if both are within the same agreement as appears to be...
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    Transfer of an Easement: Re: Easement Transfer

    If the easement agreement was never recorded and there is no documentation that it was made you can try to prohibit access. But in the end you will lose and it will cost you or the estate a large...
  22. Contracts and Agreements: Re: Does Nda Apply After Being Reclassified from Employee to Contractor

    An employee cannot be an IC and an IC is not an employee. That is a matter of law. The minute the employer reclassified OP as an IC and stopped paying payroll tax and workman's comp, OP became a...
  23. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Right of Way Law in State of New York. How to Enforce

    I haven't read your purchase agreement so it's impossible to say on what terms the seller could withdraw the offer to sell. Read the agreement and ask your attorney.



    This is also something...
  24. Contracts and Agreements: Re: Does Nda Apply After Being Reclassified from Employee to Contractor

    I hope you got at least a 30% raise when they reclassified you because that is the average of what you lost. You now pay self-employment insurance, you are not covered by workman's comp, they don't...
  25. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Right of Way Law in State of New York. How to Enforce

    Ok, lots of issues here to address.



    When a right of way becomes a public road there is a dedication process whereby either the county (if it was a county road) or the township (if it is a...
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