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    Re: Parking....

    Posted by hmm.. on 5/15/08

    interesting problem.

    > On 5/14/08, BBear wrote:
    > No -- you have no rights in the property. Because you were
    > given permission to use the property rather than using it
    > adversely, adverse possession or easement by prescription do
    > not apply even if you had used the property for 50 years.
    >> Bought our house in VA (Fairfax County) in May 2001. On
    >> the actual deed showing the property lines - it has approx
    >> 2 20 foot gravel parking spaces. The previous owners had
    >> an agreement with the owner (lives in FL) to park on
    >> this "wooded lot". When I bought the house, I immediately
    >> wrote to this woman, asking if whe was interested in
    >> selling, and if not if she would continue the same
    >> relationship as with the previous owner. She wasn't ready
    >> to sell, but agreed and I spent much time and effort
    >> making these 2 areas quite curb appealing. The lady just
    >> died. Her daughter (B from hell) came up from FL to see
    >> her inheritance. A couple of weeks later there's a fence
    >> splitting the properties.
    >> Do I have any rights? It had been over 7 years since I
    >> moved in and the previous owners lived there for several
    >> more.

    Posts on this thread, including this one
  • Parking...., 5/14/08, by BBear.
  • Re: Parking...., 5/14/08, by --.
  • Re: Parking...., 5/15/08, by hmm...
  • Re: Parking...., 5/15/08, by philly.
  • Re: Parking...., 5/15/08, by .....

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