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Property question #7584479 08/20/19 01:06 PM
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Given no contract or agreement, if someone builds a structure or fence on your property does it automatically become yours? You could legally destroy it?


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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584597 08/20/19 03:02 PM
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Talk with who your are troubles with. To save a lot of time I would immediately get a lawyer or a police report done.

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Sounds like an F'ed up situation.

You gonna tell us what happened?


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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584689 08/20/19 05:03 PM
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Burn it to the ground, then you can let us know the answer.

Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584690 08/20/19 05:04 PM
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Short question, gets short answer. No.


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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584733 08/20/19 06:02 PM
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Hire a surveyor. I do know one up


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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584741 08/20/19 06:09 PM
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What you have is commonly known as a boundary line encroachment.

Assuming it’s somethimg like a shed or fence that falls over the correct boundary like.

Start with a surveyor to make 100% sure it’s an encroachment.

After confirmation that it is, there are several avenues you can take

And no, I would not destroy it


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Re: Property question [Re: huntindude] #7584743 08/20/19 06:10 PM
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Originally Posted by huntindude
Talk with who your are troubles with. To save a lot of time I would immediately get a lawyer or a police report done.



Really, What do you expect the police to do?


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Re: Property question [Re: txtrophy85] #7584773 08/20/19 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
Originally Posted by huntindude
Talk with who your are troubles with. To save a lot of time I would immediately get a lawyer or a police report done.



Really, What do you expect the police to do?

Is it s fence/shed over the line by an inch or two? A makeshift meth lab? A makeshift shelter on a grow? Like someone said above short question short answer.


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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584789 08/20/19 07:28 PM
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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7584922 08/20/19 10:06 PM
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I have a big oak that starts on my land. Neighbor put a blind in it hunting his land. OK with me.


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Re: Property question [Re: TurkeyHunter] #7585001 08/20/19 11:16 PM
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Built of YOUR property with no aggreement. YOURS. Make sure there's no paperwork if building/fence was there before you purchased. I stayed at a Holiday Inn last night.

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The regular police aren’t going to help you

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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
What you have is commonly known as a boundary line encroachment.

Assuming it’s somethimg like a shed or fence that falls over the correct boundary like.

Start with a surveyor to make 100% sure it’s an encroachment.

After confirmation that it is, there are several avenues you can take

And no, I would not destroy it


Maybe he’s claiming squatters rights confused2


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Too many balls up in the air to even begin to guess. Need some specifics:

Is it a structure? If so, what kind?
Is it a fence?
How far over the line is it?
Is the property line clearly marked?
Is it permanent or temporary?

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Tear it down first. Ask questions later..........

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Ahh heres the kind of thread I was looking for my entertainment today! Interested to see this one play out.

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Originally Posted by Brother in-law
The regular police aren’t going to help you


Yep. Looks like a civil problem to me.



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You can't destroy other peoples property even if its on your property. Legal action is the only way to get it removed....after talking has failed to get it removed. Oh, as as TexasTrophy said, you need to start with a server to be sure you are in the right.


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I don't have a property issue. It was that landlocked thread that got me to thinking.

What if someone built like a building on your property or put a fence across? Not like a situation where it's just over the line but like a complete building or a fence cutting it in half.

I've heard of something called adverse possession.


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Originally Posted by TurkeyHunter
I don't have a property issue. It was that landlocked thread that got me to thinking.

What if someone built like a building on your property or put a fence across? Not like a situation where it's just over the line but like a complete building or a fence cutting it in half.

I've heard of something called adverse possession.


so is eminent domain actually reverse adverse possession?

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Originally Posted by TurkeyHunter
I don't have a property issue. It was that landlocked thread that got me to thinking.

What if someone built like a building on your property or put a fence across? Not like a situation where it's just over the line but like a complete building or a fence cutting it in half.

I've heard of something called adverse possession.

I believe the property owner has to be aware of it and for a period of time before adverse possession goes into effect.


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Originally Posted by SenkoSamurai
Originally Posted by TurkeyHunter
I don't have a property issue. It was that landlocked thread that got me to thinking.

What if someone built like a building on your property or put a fence across? Not like a situation where it's just over the line but like a complete building or a fence cutting it in half.

I've heard of something called adverse possession.


so is eminent domain actually reverse adverse possession?

Eminent domain is power by govt. entities for the greater good. I believe it has been abused past what it was suppose to be however.

Eminent domain is the wrong word for any of this.


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