In regard to agriculture land in the state of Nebraska; If a person builds a building or plants a grove of trees, Is there a law that sets a minimum distance that one must stay way from the adjacent land owner,s property line? If there is such a law please include the identification of the law?
State/Country relating to question: Nebraska
Hello, I'm John and I am happy to help. If I am away, I am working with another customer or researching your answer. Is your land located within the boundaries of a specific municipality (i.e. city, town, etc.)? In what county is your land situated?
I am not living within any city or specific municipality It is in open country , farm Land on all sides.
Then there are no setback requirements. Setback requirements are established by municipalities. I asked about your county because, although it is unusual, counties "might" establish setback requirements.
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