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Be prepared for a long drawn out and expensive path. My neighbor is encroaching on my property with a fence, 6" in the front and 13" in the back. I hired an attorney--letter was sent and ignored. Second letter (second chance) was sent and ignored. Lawsuit filed. She asks for more time to respond...this happens THREE times and the Judge grants the extension ...


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As discussed, just because the government owns a building, it does not make it public for the purposes of First Amendment rules automatically. Generally, the Government, when acting as an employer and a place of economic business, has the same rights as those of private employers and places of business, including the rules of conduct for customers while on ...


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Generally, if someone asks you to leave their property you have to leave*. Just because a place is owned by the public, doesn't mean anyone can go there any time they wish. Military bases, firehouses, and jails are owned by the public, but many of these have limited access to the public. It may be open to the general public, but that does not mean ...


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