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Trespass to land in most instances is a civil matter, and as such the police do not have the power to assist. Initially, the landowner should ask the trespasser to leave the land and if he/she does then all is well. If he/she refuses to leave the land then you will need to consider taking civil action. It could be dangerous for the landowner to try to remove ...


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If the ex-wife had a legal right to occupy the house, then the ex-wife also had the legal right to invite in others. Removing the wife’s right to occupy the house would be part of the judge’s divorce decree, but if the wife did not have another primary domicile arranged, forcible removal would be an eviction which would, itself, need to run its own legal ...


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As a legal matter, you need to call or visit your local police station, report that you found some lost money, answer their questions honestly and dispassionately (they don't care about your hate etc. unless it's causing an active situation they have to deal with, and even then they don't much want to hear you go on about it), and then let them deal with it. ...


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You are in luck! In Ontario, existing easements transfer to a severed portion. Bulletin 2005-2, Easements and Releases of Easements, from the Title and Services Office of Ontario answers your question directly in 1.0.3 Division of Dominant Lands: Upon the severance of a parcel of land, all existing easements appurtenant to the whole, benefit each severed ...


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To pick a civil law jurisdiction, Art. 15 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia holds that Personal space and communication shall be inviolable. No one shall have the right to enter a place of residence or other possessions, or to conduct a search, against the will of the possessor. These rights may be restricted only in accordance with law for ...


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