I did not get an answer for my first question ( 25 Eur ).Question One was : " New fences of a bullying neighbors are too short for a mountain road on a bend in a place with a strong inclination factor (21%). In winter the cars sometimes slide against the fences. The neighbor has a lot of money and is now paying a lawyer to keep the gates (they are still without a license). But with an extra piece of legislation from countries like Switzerland or Germany or France, we would be stronger.""Because the question wasn't that easy, and because I was intending two ask a second question after getting the first answer, I also did take an Unlimited subscription of 35 Eur.This Unlimited subscription was automatically billed €35.00 agian on 2012-04-20 for another 30 days of service. = = = so, i'm not asking my money back 25 + 35 + 35. Just use the money to answer my first question,no bad feelingsbut after this period of 30-days I stop paying the montly 35 Euro
I have a lawyer in Belgium, and we will win the case. The case ws started by the rich neighbour to convert the public mountain way in his private way. An independent expert of 72 years old has been put on the case and his report of february 2012 is fake. We know it and can "kill" the report, but we now use all usefull information.
Dear Customer,i would very much like to be of assistance but however I understand that the country your question is relating to is Belgium.i do not understand how Germaan Law is involved
In some cases in Belgium some particulary law does not exist. For example : Belgium has no mountains. Belgian judges can in some case accept the logic of laws of neigbour-countries. I can imagine that Germany in the "Alpen-Region" has laws that forbid to put fences and other constructions to near aside a steep mountain way, and then specially not at te spot of a bend.
The bad neighbour is trying to keep trafic away on the public way located on his private ground.
He first put the fences in 2009. And when neighbours said him that they were going to bring hem before court, he reacted to start himself a case, attacking just ONE neighbour : my parents.
Ich verstehe und lese besser deutsche Texten als englische Texten.
So kann das Antwort am Bestens in die beide sprachen kommen ( english + deutch = zweimal das selbste )
Dear Customer,thanks for replying .I happen to be from Bavaria where all the mountains are.In our law ( Bayerisches Strassen - und Wegegesetz) we have a section 29 that does not deal specifically with mountain ways but with streets in general.Art. 29Schutzmaßnahmen(1) Zum Schutz der Straßen vor nachteiligen Einwirkungen der Natur, insbesondere Schneeverwehungen, Steinschlag, Vermurungen, Überschwemmungen, haben die Eigentümer und Besitzer von benachbarten Grundstücken (Anlieger, Hinterlieger) die notwendigen Einrichtungen zu dulden.(2) 1 Anpflanzungen aller Art und Zäune sowie Stapel, Haufen und ähnliche mit dem Grundstück nicht festverbundene Gegenstände dürfen nicht angelegt werden, soweit sie die Sicherheit und Leichtigkeit des Verkehrs beeinträchtigen können. 2 Soweit sie bereits vorhanden sind, haben die Eigentümer und Besitzer ihre Beseitigung zu dulden.(3) 1 Die Straßenbaubehörde hat den Betroffenen die Anlage von Einrichtungen nach Absatz 1 oder die Beseitigung von Anlagen nach Absatz 2 mindestens 14 Tage vorher schriftlich anzukündigen, es sei denn, daß Gefahr im Verzug ist. 2 Die Betroffenen können diese Maßnahmen im Benehmen mit der Straßenbaubehörde selbst durchführen.(4) Der Träger der Straßenbaulast hat den Eigentümern und Besitzern die durch Maßnahmen nach den Absätzen 1 und 2 Satz 2 verursachten Aufwendungen und Schäden angemessen zu vergüten.It says that fences are not allowed if the hinder the traffic in any way and that the owner has to remove themI Hope I was able to helpIf so please give me positive or neutral feedback so I get creditThanks
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Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX also be very nice if you could find a real case in Bavaria were a normal car in winter in a bend (Fahrzeug PKW in einer Kurve ) feared to take the mountain way in a strong descent because of the danger to slip against the fences or other construction put by a neigbour X that refused to take away the newly build construction. In Belgium we really have to go by foot to the house of my parents in snow conditions. In the summer we have no problem with PKW. For LKW we have really to take the other way over the property of neighbour X. So neighbour X makes troubles on two ways. And both are public ways. Neighbour X is very rich and powerfull.
Dear Custoer,unfortunately I do not know of a real case corresponding with the case you described.But there does not have to be a case because there is no problem:Prove that the fence is hindering the traffic it has to be removed, becuase security is more important than the owner`s right to build a fence.
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