Civil Engineering & Land Surveying

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By: Adam Hoffman

February 14th, 2018

Common Ways to Deal With Encroachments

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Dealing with encroachment issues can be stressful for homeowners, but there are ways to handle these concerns that can provide a higher level of resolution than others. Additionally, there are legal remedies if the homeowners are not able to settle the issue themselves. Any homeowners who cannot solve encroachment issues to the satisfaction of all the parties involved should certainly seek legal advice. But fortunately, most boundary and encroachment disputes never have to come to that.

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By: Peter Grunawalt

August 25th, 2014

Setbacks, Easements and Density Restrictions... Oh My

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Getting control of a piece of land for development is a big first step. However, just because you have the land and you have a vision for the building you want to construct doesn't mean that you can always put the two together. What you're going to be able to build -- and where you built it -- will get determined by what comes up on your survey.

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