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Old 01-04-2019, 09:14 PM   #41
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adverse posession is a hard sell; but can actually be done in this case if the owner of the next to yours knew about it, and did nothing about it, for many years.

Granted, its impossible to prove at this point, as you didn't buy it from the original owner. Usually, if its been there for so long, you can have a conversation with the owner next door before you buy- explain that you found this thing to be over the property line by a few feet; and sign an memorandum of understanding for an easement, which would be rectified should you remove or replace the barn in the future.
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adverse posession is a hard sell; but can actually be done in this case if the owner of the next to yours knew about it, and did nothing about it, for many years.

Granted, its impossible to prove at this point, as you didn't buy it from the original owner. Usually, if its been there for so long, you can have a conversation with the owner next door before you buy- explain that you found this thing to be over the property line by a few feet; and sign an memorandum of understanding for an easement, which would be rectified should you remove or replace the barn in the future.
That doesn't help much if there is still a side line set back issue. He could wind up having to mmm I've it 10 ft instead, but it's still moving it

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