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  1. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Thanks!
  2. Re: Landlord Claims Property Ownership but Never Transferred After Death of Neighbor/

    I don't know what else is making you uncomfortable, but the man sleeping in the driveway (I assume in a car or something)? I wonder if there's something that could be done about that, which might,...
  3. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Update--between covid restrictions and bad storms this is a slow moving situation...:

    The tree sprouted this spring and grew a dozen or so 6-to-10 foot branches from the stump, so definitely still...
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    Trespass: Re: Neighbors A/C Unit on My Property

    I would check with your local records office to see if he had surveys done in the past that might help you figure things out--or even earlier versions of your property survey. Maybe the 2009 survey...
  5. Fences and Walls: Re: Neighbor Leaning Stuff on My Fence

    I might consider a second fence a little inside the property line--something chintzy like chicken wire that won't allow him to lean stuff up against, and just see if that is discouraging or, if they...
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    Land Rights: Re: Deed Restriction No Mobile Homes

    I've been looking for a plot of land to do the same and found several townships in NY don't even allow for a camper/trailer to be parked on private land for use (parked for storage is different).
  7. Re: Who is Responsible for Retaining Wall

    Even if the wall is not by the road front, there should be corner pins. If the lot is rectangular, finding the front pins might help you find a back ones if they aren't buried in the wall. If you...
  8. Re: Who is Responsible for Retaining Wall

    Have you tried looking for the corner pins on the property from the original survey marking? Before having to pay someone to pinpoint the line, you'd at least have a starting guess as to whose land...
  9. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Seems like the tree service will be accepting that they owe us for the property damage. The insurance company said that I will need to hire an arborist to value the damage--it seems to me that the...
  10. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Still working on the situation--I won't hear more for at least a week or two because of the holidays and COVID-19 issues (big here in downstate NY), but I will say that the insurance company wanted...
  11. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Will do--I always wish folks would come back and finish the story. :)
  12. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Oh good--I was afraid I screwed that up.




    The contractor's insurance--my insurance said that no building was damaged so it wasn't their issue. The tree guys have tree-specific insurance.
  13. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Still fighting this battle...

    jk--You can question whether that statement is true or not, but I'll take the word of the professional appraiser.

    So the insurance company just sent me paperwork...
  14. Land Contracts: Re: Looking for Best Option for Sale of Vacant Land

    Money and friends are a hard mix--best to do what you need to protect yourself so that you aren't burned if something goes wrong. Most people don't want or intend to default, but sometimes life...
  15. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    The value was a ballpark for a living tree of comparable size/age to help me know how to move forward--if the tree wasn't healthy but still alive, the insurance company would cover any damage (based...
  16. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    To follow up:

    Quick chat with an arborist suggests the tree was worth $3,000-$4,000 based on height and regardless as to its overall health (which wasn't an issue--just came up when I asked about...
  17. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Agreed--here's hoping he can be here this week, not sure how long the stump will tell its being alive tale...
  18. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Thanks--I've called an arborist who should be able to value the tree but we're in the middle of an ice and snow storm today so I'm thinking it might be a few days before I hear back as I'm sure there...
  19. Contractors and Subcontractors: Re: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    Thanks for all the quick replies!




    When I saw them half way through the trunk of the flowering tree I was astounded--the guy cutting the tree said "it's a dead sapling", I showed him the seed...
  20. Contractors and Subcontractors: Tree Removal Service Removed Wrong Tree

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: NY

    What recourse do I have if a tree removal comany removed the wrong tree? They were hired to remove dead trees and dead saplings, but...
  21. Re: Buyer Walking Away from Mobile Home Sale with Lien on It

    Who is currently on the lot agreement? Did you terminate your connection to it officially, and have her sign an agreement with the lot owner how it is now her responsibility?
  22. Re: Neighbor Thinks He Owns Past His Surveyed Boundaries

    I returned a trail cam myself expecting the same--bought a battery operated outdoor security camera that records wirelessly to the internet and an indoor dvd so that the proof wouldn't disappear w...
  23. Fences and Walls: Re: Barbed Wire Fence in a Residential Lot

    If your neighbor's fence is entirely on his property as it should be--including the barbed portions, then I would just let the grass grow between the fence and the setback on his property (even if...
  24. Fences and Walls: Re: Neighbor Deliberately Built New Fence on My Property

    You're right--I mixed up the 14" over the line with a 14' height--but the concept of checking the rules still stands. If they fence happens to be of a certain height (or of a certain...
  25. Fences and Walls: Re: Neighbor's Contractor Destroying Our Fence

    Look for local laws about snow removal/dumping--if it is making your fence lean because the pile is against the fence, and your fence is 2" within the property line, then they are still dumping on...
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