Started by tightspot, April 17, 2013, 01:05:31 AM
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Quote from: mgramann on April 17, 2013, 10:46:55 AMPost signs indicating there is no trespassing and a land use fee for violation. Should someone attempt to enforce the deed, they would be going on the record saying they used the property, and automatically be subject to the fee. Even if the fee doesn't hold up, the trespass itself is illegal, and any evidence obtained could be thrown out via "fruit of the poisonous tree" defense. You can't enforce rules when evidence is obtained illegally. The only hole in this would be if an invited guest were to communicate the violation to an interested party.
QuoteWould a developer really start knocking down random small buildings because he thinks they violate the restrictions?
Quote from: Squirl on April 17, 2013, 11:46:26 AMThis discussion is for education and debate purposes only and not legal advice.That is only criminal not civil. ...
Quotewhat I really want to build is a very small cabin, maybe 16x20 or similar structure with a loft. I don't want to spend a ton of money, and I don't want to recreate my primary residence an hour away. I just want a small place to go hang out on the weekend, spend some time outdoors, and have a cabin big enough to get out of the rain at night, maybe have a couple friends stay over occasionally.