Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot
Wow, what a snarky useless post.
First we have the useless and insulting question of have I been to all of the assesors offices? Pure snark. All of the offices disclaim on their websites any ability to give legal opinions.
Next we have the disingenuous claim that surveyors are incapable of sorting out "innumerable discrepancies" "far outside" their competency.
Give us some examples of the above discrepancies from your own experience.
As for small claims court, the poster could get some good advice here on expertlaw, where it is explained that small claims courts do not sort out easement issues, deed issues, or other rights in real property, or divorces, or bankruptcy, etc.
Some of the best advice so far in the thread. I will stand by my earlier comment about contacting the county bar association about the lawyer.
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