I don't think that it's legal. You can all ways ask you neighbor to move his camera, or at least direct it in a different direction.
The states that are directly north of Virginia (USA) are Maryland and West Virginia.
Probably not. If the camera is watching an area that is open to public view then there is no expectation of privacy, anyone can watch what you do on the front lawn. If the camera is installed so that it specifically looks in to an area that is not in public view, or in to a window, etc., without a specific lawful purpose, it may be something that is against the law.
Do not address this matter directly with the neighbor. It could be dangerous. Simply call local law enforcement and report it. Let the LEO's deal with it.
Possibly the neighbor payed for some of the well on your property, and you must pay him back the money you owe him for the well. Also, he may have installed the well, and made and paid for it and made a deal with the last owner of the house for the owner to pay it all back to the neighbor. If there isn't anything owed to the neighbor, then you don't have to pay your neighbor for a water well that is on your property that you legally purchased.
If you can't work this matter out directly with the neighbor, you will need to see a real estate attorney in your area. The neighbor is likely claiming adverse possession, which means that the neighbor owns the property inside his fence because the fence has existed for a long time. You can follow the below link for a brief description of adverse possession.
Chile is the nearest country directly east of New Zealand. They are 9300km (5780 miles) distant.
There is no verb for neighbor. Neighbor is a noun.
They are still your neighbor, as anyone within the neighborhood is your neighbor, neighbor...
Chances are if he had a message given to you then he is interested - try talking with him and getting to know him better, waiting around and playing games won't help you find out you have to talk to him directly.
Canada is actually part of North America. It sits directly north of the United States Of America, Making them our neighbor.
The cast of Broken Path - 2008 includes: Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom as Haru Diana Crusenberry as Neighbor Jim Crusenberry as Neighbor Avavit Csabi as Neighbor Carmina Fajardo as Neighbor Teresa Garrett as Ellie Tyler Josmary Gomez as Neighbor Gabriella Handal as Neighbor Leslie Kilgore as Neighbor Jacob Kush as Neighbor Gene Kush as Neighbor Mila Kush as Neighbor Rommel Manlo as Kidnappers Ed Mannering as Neighbor Lana McLaughlin as Neighbor Motoko Nagino as Sakura Tadahiro Nakamura as Yukio Greg Palmacci as Neighbor Baby Sakamoto as Young Hiroki Zoe Seabaugh as Neighbor Sherry Seabaugh as Neighbor Dana Shidlofsky as Neighbor Samantha Shidlofsky as Neighbor Layne Shidlofsky as Neighbor Judith Silberlicht as Neighbor Sonny Sison as Jiro Dan Southworth as Yoshi Lanie Taylor as Maddy Ellis Winnie Wackwitz as Neighbor Dena Wackwitz as Neighbor Pamela Walworth as Lisa Ellis
Neighbor is usually a noun.
"Neighbor" in English is prossimo in Italian.
There are no antonyms for the word 'neighbor'.
A female neighbor - "Shchena" (שכנה). A male neighbor - "Shachen" (שכן). Neighbors - "Shchenim" (שכנים).
I just had an underground swimming pool installed. I need to have a privacy fence put up because my neighbor is a peeping tom. How much does a privacy fence cost?
To remove a neighbor, just click on your neighbor that you want to delete on the neighbor list below your screen and then there's an option there to remove as neighbor.
Yes. A noun is a person, place, or thing. A neighbor is usually a person.
Neighbor can act as a noun and as an adjective. Example (adjective): The neighbor units are labeled with "adjacent".
Peru is its northern neighbor.
Caen's neighbor is Saint Lo
Neighbor is not a compound word.