Among real estate lawyers there is a phrase that sums up much about a case, “the neighbor from hell.” Unfortunately, there are more of these folks than people may realize. True story. My client’s neighbor put a giant concrete speed bump in the shared driveway but just past the neighbor’s turn off. When my client had it removed, because it did $900 damage to his car bottom, the neighbor began putting large stones in the driveway, then paint in the water puddles after the rain, and also stood in the middle of the driveway blocking my client’s exit. Amazing, isn’t it? Just amazing!
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