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

    Sure, you could rightfully erect a fence on ''the property line." So could your neighbor . But beforehand it would be nice to know precisely where that line is. And before you begin proceeding on...
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    Judgment Issues: Re: Withdrawal of Summary Judgment Motion

    Before I respond allow me to suggest that you post your questions to another website where they will remain on the board long enough to be appropriately reviewed and receive comment. Here, as I'm...
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    Judgment Issues: Re: Withdrawal of Summary Judgment Motion

    You asked if voluntarily removing your motion for summary judgment would have adverse repercussions and I told you no. Now I'm going to tell you that your preemptive motion was misconceived and...
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    Judgment Issues: Re: Withdrawal of Summary Judgment Motion

    No need to fuzz over this. An order granting your motion to withdraw the SJ motion will in no way jeopardize your lawsuit. No more than if the court were to rule unfavorable on its merits.
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    Breaking a Lease: Re: May Need to Break a Yearly Lease

    I disagree. There is no beginning to your supposed landlord's duty to mitigate simply because a Wisconsin landlord is under no such obligation. Not under any circumstances does such an obligation...
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    Re: Case Law Interpretation. South Dakota

    Pardon me, Mr. self-anointed legal expert, but its you, not the OP that appears to be out of touch! Not only do his conclusion relate to the quoted syllabus and nothing else, but also they are dead...
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    Evidence: Re: Small Claims Evidence

    I think you mean "moot" as here having no significance or application.

    "Muted" would be an attempt to introduce your proposed evidence of character or character trait on the part of the other...
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    Evidence: Re: Small Claims Evidence

    I believe the intent here was to inform the OP that were he to accept any tender of payment by the other guy's liability carrier it would be on such terms as to constitute a full and complete...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: California - Estate

    Isn't it remarkable that (1) "he doesn't know everything he has"; (2) that "that everything he has" is scattered about in various places all unknown to you, yet you profess to know "that everything...
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Interstate Debt Collection

    Provided the judgment debtor was afforded due process of law a Nevada money judgment favoring the plaintiff would be entitled to full faith and credit in every state and susceptible of registration...
  11. Re: Are There Any Holes in My Adverse Possession Case - Before I Take It to Court

    Sparing us the boundless verbiage can you cite any Michigan case law wherein a so-called "squatter" was successful in quieting title to land predicated on less than fifteen (15) years of...
  12. Re: Are There Any Holes in My Adverse Possession Case - Before I Take It to Court

    What you are proposing here is that the various periods of limitations to recover possession of real property (as set down in MCL 600.5801) aren't necessarily fixed, but can fluctuate from time to...
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    Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Small Claims and Keeping the Gift of a Car

    With respect to this business of the car I think there are a couple of remedial areas of relief to be examined.

    1. Without your express authorization did he have the right to remove your name...
  14. Re: How Likely is a Judge to Acknowledge Supreme Court Rulings

    What you seem to be unconscious of is that the so-called mood of the judge has everything to do with the present state of your sanity and whether or not you continue to be a danger to yourself or...
  15. Filing a Complaint: Re: How Much Time Do I Have to File a Small Claim Case for Property Damage in Wa

    An action is deemed "commenced" at the moment of filing.
  16. Filing a Complaint: Re: How Much Time Do I Have to File a Small Claim Case for Property Damage in Wa

    "The following actions shall be commenced within three years:

    (1) An action for waste or trespass upon real property;

    (2) An action for taking, detaining, or injuring personal property,...
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    Re: Can I Do Something About This

    Please disregard what I wrote recommending that the house be sold during administration. I was dead wrong. You do not have the power to sell the house and I apologize. In my state and in most...
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    Re: Can I Do Something About This

    You shouldn't be vetting these concerns with total strangers. Follow the advice of the attorney for the estate. You seem to be somewhat aware of your fiduciary responsibilities and the personal risks...
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    Re: Waiting to Probate and Sell Land

    How So?

    Poster 727 is marking time and he ain't knowing diddly-squat!
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    Re: Waiting to Probate and Sell Land

    (If the aunt left a will and it was submitted for probate, it would be a matter of public record. To learn, visit the probate court in the county where the aunt resided at the time of her death. If...
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    Disputing Debts: Re: Notified of Lien. How to Dispute?

    Worth her time? Do you sincerely believe that they OP could obtain a judgment against her ex boy friend for damages resulting from his breach of an alleged verbal agreement limiting his use of the...
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    Disputing Debts: Re: Notified of Lien. How to Dispute?

    I suspect that what you received from the county recorder was not a Lien against you, but a notice of an application to renew a judgment. Whatever, as I will explain below somewhere in the past you...
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    Re: Can 30 Year Old Son Serve Divorce Papers

    That stupid notion speaks much about why neither are living with you!
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    Re: Retrainting Summons

    I suspect that the reason your application for a RO was denied is because you were seeking an ex parte order while you and the respondent were sharing the same living quarters. Only under urgent...
  25. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Building Permit a Neighbor Put Up a Steel Garage Snow Dumps on My Property

    Hi Harold! Long time no see. When did they let you out?
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