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    Been having a running battle with a neighbor for 8-years now. Year after we bought this 5-acres next to us she sued us for adverse possession. Cost me $30,000.00 to beat her in court. She appealed to the state court, and lost there.

    Last week she cut every strands of my 630-feet long 5-strand barbwire fence, rolled it up and through it way on to my property. Bent most of the T-posts over. And top it all off................Admitted it to the cop my wife called out! She said another County Sheriff told her if my fence was on her property, tear it down! Oh this is going to be fun!
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    Why didnt the judge make her pay your lawyer fees?

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    I live in a no fault state, she owes me $200.00 for expenses, and $200.00 for legal fees. 12% interest until I get my money, which she'll never pay.


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    Default Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Sounds like my neighbor she is a real sweet heart also.

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    Wow. I'll be watching this thread. I hope you can sue and recoup your expenses for the her ruining your fence and honestly, it sounds like some charges need to be pressed for wrecking your property.

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    Sounds like trespassing to me.

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    I to will be watching closely, um distruction of property trespassing. wish you the best with this fruit cake.

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    In Texas, since she trespassed and willfully and intentionally tore up your fence, that would be criminal trespassing and she'd do some jail time.
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    That is special type of crazy you have there---maybe "bat sh%t" or "nucking futs", can;t be sure without a blood test.

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    Care to give us a little more back ground on just wtf she thinks she is doing?

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