Posts tagged "Real Estate Boundary Disputes"

Can my neighbor and I agree to set our own boundaries?

When it comes to a boundary dispute between Georgia neighbors, it seems so simple for the two sides to just point to a tree or a small hill and declare that landmark to be the dividing line between the two properties. In fact, two opposing sides of a boundary dispute can do just that. While there may be some legal complications involved, it is very possible for two neighbors to set their own boundaries.

What can I do about boundary disputes?

Property disputes certainly aren’t uncommon among neighbors. While it may be necessary to file suit at some point, there are steps you can take resolve disputes in a peaceful manner when armed with the right information. recommends the following tips to property owners in Georgia faced with disputed boundaries.

Dealing with unforeseen inheritance disputes

For the sake of argument, let us assume for a moment that you were recently involved in an estate resolution that left you with real estate holdings in North Georgia. After you cleared probate and satisfied the necessary ownership and taxation requirements, you would probably think that you had enough of the state's courtrooms to last you for quite a while. Unfortunately, your neighbor might have different thoughts on the matter.

Why are house inspections important?

The house buying process has some components that many people in Gainesville do not believe they need to deal with. According to CNBC, the house inspection portion of the home buying process was skipped by 10 percent of house shoppers. That means at least 90 percent of buyers are getting inspections before completing their real estate transactions. 

Challenging zoning restrictions in Georgia

As any real estate development expert in Gainesville will tell you, one of the primary keys to success in such ventures is "location, location, location." Several past clients have come to us here at The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. convinced that they had found the prime location for their development projects, only to then see their efforts thwarted due to zoning issues. If you are encountering the same difficulties, what are you to do? Is it possible to challenge zoning restrictions? 

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