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In many US states, beaches, or at least the tidal areas of beaches, have unlimited public access. In MA this is not so, although some notification, such a s a sign, will generally be required before any law against trespassing can be enforced. According to an article published by a real estate law firm: Massachusetts has a unique set of laws giving ...


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The answers may differ for each stormwater basin — depending on the covenants and easements that may run with the land. To get precise answers, you would need to obtain these records for each title you are interested in. It would not be totally impossible that some or all of those basins go with use restrictions attached to them. For example, the owner ...


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Yes, it can do that. A city can constitutionally ban having an inoperable vehicle in your privately owned driveway, and can remedy a violation of its city ordinance by towing the vehicle, after providing you with the due process steps outlined in the ordinance below. The relevant municipal ordinance is as follows: ARTICLE II. - ABANDONED, WRECKED, ETC.,...


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One option is to bring a civil lawsuit to obtain a court order for the return of your property, something that usually proceeds on an expedited schedule (often one to three weeks from filing to an order). The traditional name of such a lawsuit is "replevin" although the modern and minority terminology for this kind of lawsuit is civil action for "claim and ...


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