Who is responsible for dirt giving way under a fence when one yard is uphill from the other?
Dont know who is 'responsible' but the loss if reported to an insurance company would not be covered. //
Can a lien be put on a property where one owner pays for a block wall -fence- that separates 2 properties -along property line- and the other owner does not pick up half of the cost?
The fence symbolizes in the beginning of the story the containment of the relationship between father and son and their close bond on the "inside of the fence". Then at the end the fence symbolizes the separation of the father and son dividing their relationship up with the father stating that, "when you get back, your stuff will be on the other side of the fence".
What if any is the law about your neighbors putting a ugly fence up next to your property in louisinana?
An ugly fence is only illegal if it has no other purpose but to intentionally annoy the neighbors. This is called a spite fence. Louisiana does not actually have clear spite fence laws, like many other states do. If it violates other codes or laws, such as being too tall, on your property, or too close to a roadway, it can be approached from that angle.
The dingo fence is the world's longest fence. The original fence was merely extra netting on top of rabbit-proof fences, to keep out the dingoes and other wild dogs from grazing lands and vulnerable sheep. The fence was built by contractors, under the authority of the various state governments. For more information on the dingo fence, see the link below.
When purchasing land and someone has put a fence across part of it can you have them move the fence?
It depends upon where the fence is, who put it up, why it was put up, why it was put where it is, whether the previous owners had any agreement with the neighbors, who has been paying the taxes on the land on the other side, and how long the fence has been there, among other things. In many places, putting up a fence becomes the newly defined boundary line, so you would no longer…
If you put up a fence on your property does the neighbor on the other side of the fence have the right to paint attach to or alter your fence?
A lunge fence is a bar placed perpendicular to the fence. By placing one end of the bar and the other on the ground you form a visible obstacle. The end on the ground is to keep the horse from refusing at the base of the fence. The bar slanted on the standard so the horse doesn't get caught and moves upward at the correct moment.
Generally, no other relatives except for a spouse is responsible unless they agreed to be responsible in writing. A person's estate is responsible for paying their debts. Generally, no other relatives except for a spouse is responsible unless they agreed to be responsible in writing. A person's estate is responsible for paying their debts. Generally, no other relatives except for a spouse is responsible unless they agreed to be responsible in writing. A person's estate…
Minors cannot legally contract for a debt. Only their parents/guardians can assume that responsibility. So, your parents ARE responsible. On the other hand, if you are legally an adult and contract for debt - and your parents 'assume' responsibility for it -there would have to be legally binding paperwork naming them as the debtors in lieu. Simply giving their word is not sufficient, and you would remain responsible.
If you know who put it up, no. It belongs to the person who built it or paid to have it built, and that person is responsible for its care and maintenance, and replacement if he so chooses. But, if nobody can remember who put it up or when (as in the case perhaps of a stone or masonry fence typical in the NE of the country where the ground is exceptionally rocky from glacial…