This course book covers a variety of problems that may arise within even the most peaceful of neighborhoods, whether residential, commercial, or industrial. These issues include rights created by paper streets and abandoned rail lines, property lines changed by the movement of streams, claims relating to trees and other growing encroachments, and claims related to inaccurate historic surveys.
Summary of Contents:
- Litigation Among Adjoining Landowners
- Riparian Rights and Titles That Border Water
- Roads and Railroads
- The Private Road Act
- Retaining Walls