On 5 Nov 2004 19:10:22 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Stu) wrote:
Move. You are way too obsessed with mailboxes for this to be that
simple, something else ticks you off about the neighbor.
And yes, he can place them there, as long as USPS says they're located
fine. In Florida, the right of way is public use though you're
required to maintain it, unless local codes dictate otherwise. He can
even park his cars on your lawn in the right of way.
Get over it. What else have you complained about to this neighbor? Did you
gripe to the city when they put the speed limit sign in the CITY right of
way in front of your house? How about that fire hydrant in the easement in
front of your house is that legal?
Get a life. What do you say about the airplanes that fly over "your"
property are they in the wrong? I'll bet you are the most popular guy in
email@example.com (m Ransley) wrote in
My neighbor has spotlights that shine in my bedroom. I was thinking of
setting up something reflective so he can enjoy the big beaming shining up
If only he'd put in a yellow bulb it would be better. He's the type you
can't say anything to or else he wants to fight about it. He's almost 90
Thanks for your reasoned response.
just wanted to lean about what the law is. I am curious about the
If the right of way in front of your house is everyone's property,
your neighbors could decide to place a row of mail boxes there. Your
front yard would become a mail box farm. I don't think so.
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