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    Did you try to politely ask them to stop like a normal human?


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
    Did you try to politely ask them to stop like a normal human?


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    Neighbors...

    Quote Originally Posted by HellgateBasement View Post
    a fisher cat is going to be hard to come by here.
    Iíve got a spare. PM your address.

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    As a retired real estate attorney i had client's come in with neighbor problems all the time. I figured out quickly that asshole neighbors are the worst since there are usually no effective legal remedies. I strongly suggest to always get a survey when buying real estate unless the seller can show you the property corner pins. Why would you buy something for a shit load of $ if the seller cannot show you what you are actually getting? Driveways or fences over property lines are very common. Multiple times I saw buildings encroaching over property lines. Don't trust people to know where their property boundaries are. Always better to make the seller remedy the issue. The last thing is to actually read the Covenants if there are some, and think through the implications.

    People always ask me if they need to hire a lawyer when buying real estate (only about 15% do). My answer was "No, but I make a lot less money off the people who hired me before they bought the property than the ones who hired me after." Dealer's choice. Unless you understand the "Exceptions" in your title insurance policy you may be buying legal problems along with your property. Do not trust your realtor to make sure everything is OK. It always amazed me how many people would put more time and research into buying a stereo or car than a house.
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    How do I get rid of the homeless people in front of my office?

    They are already feeding the geese.

    I don't have a high powered laser.

    My father in law loved his xmas gift but my mother in law didn't. Therefore I do have one of these but I think its an extreme solution I might get in trouble with it.

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    They will steal plywood and live on top of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exsparky View Post
    They will steal plywood and live on top of that.
    Yep, I was about to say that. Portland put boulders under overpasses in a few strategic spots, and now there are tents on pallet foundations on the boulders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudfoot View Post
    Don't trust people to know where their property boundaries are.
    QFT

    I just found this out when I was home for xmas but thought it was pretty funny considering my dad is one of the least confrontational people Iíve ever met.

    We moved across town when I was in 6th grade, our neighbor was a dick, and I knew it at the time. Apparently when we built a shed directly adjacent to the driveway dick neighbor comes over to inform my dad that he built the shed over the property lines. Little did dick neighbor know, my dad had already had the property line verified and shed approved. When dad informed him of this he said it was bullshit, so my dad put up a fence on the real property line, which was about 40ft past the shed.

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    There are monuments in four places but my property has six corners. I have an nth gen photocopy of a faded drawing showing measurements between six pins with angles.
    But no longitude/latitude. There is a way overgrown cedar hedge that approximates the boundary in question. It hasn't been an issue so far. But I am sure that could change. We're on the 3rd property owner next door in 20 years and they are pretty cool. I guess whomever sells first will have to get a survey done. And I suppose I should try harder to find those two missing monuments.

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    [QUOTE=dan_pdx;6518330]Yep, I was about to say that. Portland put boulders under overpasses in a few strategic spots, and now there are tents on pallet foundations on the boulders.[/QUOI

    it's called "elevated living- a cut above"..............

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    The only way to deal with asshole neighbors is to be the asshole neighbor.

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    Been there done that
    Not going to do that again
    People get really bothered these days by being treated nicely, itís more fun this way lately
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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    The only way to deal with asshole neighbors is to be the asshole neighbor.


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