Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a litigation attorney.
Where can I find my ansewr
I cannot find my answer
Is anyone ther
When I went to town hall to get a permit to get the fence, that is when I found out about the easement. No one ever told me about it
Shouldn't that be mentioned in full disclosure
So I do not need to mention it when I sell the house.
Even though it floods when it rains
What about the flooding
Should my title company have found this
Can I hold them responsible
They said nothing
and what can I do
I can send you an email as to their reply when I questioned them
Are we done here
They never told me. And I don't want to sue my neighbor, he is a nice guy and was also unaware
Is there anything else I should know. Do you know a good lawyer in my area, Macungie PA
I can't afford alot of money right now
any idea what it would cost me
ok thanks anything else I should know
thanks, XXXXX XXXXX give you an excellent rating
will do thank
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