Re: Neighbor Planted Trees 30 Years Ago, but They Are Entirely on My Property Line
No, sorry. From what you have posted, no one here can give you a definitive answer as to your rights in the situation you have described.
Can someone please give me advice and teach me on my rights and how to move forward with removing the trees on my property and putting up a fence?
Without a survey in advance, you have apparently purchased a parcel of property "as is", without knowing the boundary or the facts of prior possession before purchase. Accepting the deed at purchase, you are assumed to have known all of that in advance so ignorance is not a defense at this point. It's likely already assumed at law that you had the opportunity to examine the property, including all aspects of the situation, including possession. Your neighbor may or may not have valid rights. No one here can speak to that at this point.
If you have title insurance, which includes the insurance of an included specific survey, you may have a claim.
Best to get with a local real estate attorney to determine your rights at this point. Don't destroy anything already existing on what you think is your property without legal advice.
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