Neighbor Law: Fences, Trees, Boundaries & Noise

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Nolo, 2008 - Law - 412 pages
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Is a neighboring business driving you crazy? Too much noise from next door? Run-off from up the hill threatening to drown your yard? Learn your rights and responsibilities with Neighbor Law, Nolo's clear-cut, comprehensive guide to the laws concerning common neighbor disputes. The popular bestseller covers fences, trees, boundaries, blocked views, noise, water issues, neighborhood businesses, dangers to children ("attractive nuisances"), and more! In plain English, Neighbor Law explains how to find the law in each circumstance and resolve disputes outside the court -- but if you must go to small claims court, this popular book gives you the information you need. The 5th edition is completely revised and now provides a new information on disputes about second-hand smoke. It also has a new chapter on researching the law online.

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This is a great investment, I had no idea all these things went on. As a new home owner I was able to gain the confidence to move forward with what I wanted to do based on information in this book. I am sure my neighbors head is spinning right now because I researched the laws and have them on my side. Next is collecting the money from him! Great Buy! The book can make you money! 

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Cora Jordan, Attorney Cora Jordan earned her law degree at the University of Mississippi. A trained mediator, she is also the co-author of Plan Your Estate. Emily Doskow, Attorney Emily Doskow is an attorney-mediator in private practice in Berkeley and a Nolo editor, author of Nolo's Essential Guide to Divorce, and co-author of numerous other Nolo titles, including How to Change Your Name in California.

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