Minnesota Property Line Laws

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The Minnesota fence statutes allow neighbors to build fences on the property line when they see the need to. They will, however, have to inform you of their intentions to determine the obligations and responsibilities for that …

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Property Line Disputes and Unwritten Property Rights in Minnesota. Surveying land and closely examining deeds prior to purchase avoids most issues regarding property lines. Yet various legal doctrines can stand in the way of even the most careful purchase, leaving the buyer with less than what they bargained for. Prescriptive easements, adverse possession, and easements implied …

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Charles Kallemeyn has been practicing real estate law in the Minneapolis St-Paul area since 1987. He is a Real Estate Property Specialist, as certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association and has the extensive training and experience necessary to help clients solve complex real estate issues, including property line disputes, often before they become major …

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If you are planning on selling or buying property in Minnesota, you need to take a little time to familiarize yourself with some of the real estate laws and regulations in the state. Although real estate transactions are much the same across the United States, each state does have individual differences in its laws involving the sale and purchase of property. Here are some of the …

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Minnesota Law. HOME Line. Michael Vraa, Esq. Samuel Spaid, Esq. The. to. ntroduction 1. Introduction . There is a commonly held belief that landlords and tenants are natural enemies. It’s not unusual to hear statements like, “Being a landlord is great . . . except for the tenants.” But it doesn’t have to be this way. Problems don’t have to be the norm; they can be the exception. A

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3 yrs ago I moved into a home with a maple tree near the property line - 8ft or so. I would estimate the tree to be 50ft tall and 2-3ft in diam at the trunk. There are no noticeable limbs crossing the property line. Perennially, helicopter type seed pods fall from these type trees throughout the neighborhood (including mine) .

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7031 Koll Center Pkwy, Pleasanton, CA 94566. master:2021-10-20_10-59-58. An easement gives a party the right to use the property of another for a specific purpose. An easement gives the easement holder a non-possessory interest in the landowner's property.

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Federal law. State v. Adams, 251 Minn. 521 (1950), 89 N.W.2d 661; certiorari denied 79 F. S. Ct. 45, 358 U.S. 826, 3 L.Ed 2d 67 (1958). In Adams, the Court stated under Federal law, streams are navigable in law if they are used or are susceptible for use in the ordinary condition as highways for commerce and the

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First, the easement must be at least reasonably necessary to the enjoyment of the original piece of property. Second, the land must be divided in such a way that the owner of a parcel is either selling part and retaining part, or subdividing the property and selling pieces to different owners.

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Subpart 1. General distance. The minimum isolation distances in item A or B must be maintained during construction, repair, or sealing of a well or boring, and installation of a pipe with flammable or volatile gas, an overhead or underground electric transmission, distribution, service, supply, feeder, branch, or conductor line hereafter called "electric line" or "line," or a liquid …

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Minnesota State Law Library G25 Minnesota Judicial Center 25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. St. Paul, MN 55155 Phone: 651-297-7651

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Want to know what law in Minnesota applies to different aspects of property? Then look no further. Below you'll find links to all Minnesota statutes concerning property. Of course, we can't interpret or explain them - for that, please see a good lawyer who specializes in property law. But if you need to do some preliminary research on your own, these links will help.

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Other Legal Materials Minnesota Constitution State Constitutional Amendments "Market value" means the usual selling price at the place where the property to which the term is applied shall be at the time of assessment; being the price which could be obtained at a private sale or an auction sale, if it is determined by the assessor that the price from the auction sale represents …

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Minnesota Real Estate. (West Group, 1981-2000) Reserve Room KFM5526.S55 1981. Schumeister, Steven A. Retail Lease - Strip Mall. (Documents made easy, with commentary) (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 2011) KF593.C6 S357 2011. Uniform Conveyancing Forms, from the Minnesota Department of Commerce. Includes deeds, and other property …

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Minnesota Governor Signs Broker Price Opinion Legislation into Law. Minnesota became the latest state to liberalize the ability of real estate brokers and salespersons to perform broker price opinions when Gov. Mark Dayton signed House File 323 into law on April 20. The new law will go into effect Aug. 1. As enacted, HF 323 will allow real estate licensees to perform BPOs for: (1) …

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The well-settled law in Minnesota is that, "The riparian owner's title extends to the low-water mark." State v. Slotness, 289 Minn. 485, 486, 185 N.W.2d 530, 532 (1971).. Hope this helps. Terms and Conditions: By your continuing in this conversation with me, or by your clicking “Accept”, you are expressly agreeing to all of the following: (1) our communication is for …

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