Artificial boundaries are man-made, like a windbreak planted by a property owner or property lines between you and a neighbor. Natural boundaries are nature-made, like rivers and streams.
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If there is a written (and signed) agreement between you and the owner of the property which states that you can have it painted. Having it in writing is just a precaution so you dont get in trouble because as you stated, the property is not your own.
A civil crime is a crime that is between two or more people or businesses. For example, a civil crime is when a neighbor puts fence on another property.
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People in the United States spell it "neighbor". Everyone else spells it "neighbour". That's it.
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Read your governing documents to determine the boundary that defines ownership of the strip in question. If the HOA owns it, the HOA is responsible for its maintenace. If not, then whoever owns it is responsible.
If you're on the deed you own the property. If you're on the mortgage you have agreed to pay for the property. You should always be on both. Never agree to be responsible for paying for property that you do not own.
That type of issue is governed by local building ordinances. You need to call your town clerk and inquire about fence regulations.
Yes, they can refuse. The fence is their property, so you must have permission to join their fence to yours. If not, you can build to the edge of your property line, leaving a gap between the two. You can have your property surveyed to determine your exact property line, and if their fence is on the line you can connect at those points only. You can also make them remove the fence if it's on your property.
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An eviction is a matter between the landlord and the tenant, not neighbor-to-neighbor. If a neighbor is causing problems you have the right to call the police to help you. However, if you know that your neighbor is on Section 8, and you feel that a violation of their voucher has occurred or is occurring, such as having too many people living there, you can write to the Housing Authority that is handling their voucher (in some areas there are a few Housing Authorities that can service the voucher for the same property).
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No, Your home insurance policy provides coverage for property and liability losses resulting from the covered perils. Typically Fire, Wind Hail, accidental injury etc. Legal disputes not related to the covered perils between you and your neighbor would not be covered.
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The difference between renting a property and having a mortgage is that when you have a mortgage you are buying the property.
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Depends on who owns the fence, i.e. whose property it is on or who bought it in the first place. Often one person installs a fence (maybe 3 owners ago) then allows the neighbor to install wood on their side of the owners fence. This wood is the owners wood but people do it cause it is cheaper than installing a second fence on their own property. If you own the fence (its on your property) then you can do whatever you want including tear it down. If it is on their property they can tell you what you can or can't do. The best thing is to go to the neighbor and actually talk with them about what you'd like to do.
Yes. Joint tenants are equally responsible for paying the mortgage. However, you should be aware that if the circumstances in the relationship between the parties (mortgagors) changes and one abandons the property, the lender will hold the remaining person solely responsible for paying the entire balance due.
If she wished to retain the property. She would in all likelihood be required to refinance the property as the first mortgage holder has priority.
The heirs are not responsible to the estate. The executor is the one that will have to answer to the court. They will do their best to get a fair price for the property.