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There is no separate civil action for perjury in WI. If perjury occurs in court, the place to file that claim is proving in court where the perjured testimony took place that it was false and ask that court to sanction the party committing the perjury.
If someone filed a legal action against another party based on known false information AND loses the case, then the defendant can file an action called a "malicious prosecution" suit. In WI, the statute of limitations is 3 years from when the act was committed (which means the date the defendant was not found to have done what was alleged).
The action is called a declaratory judgment action to quiet title and there are no real forms, but the WI court library has a form book where you can get a complaint template to use for your complaint. We cannot provide forms when forms are not made available by the court online I am sorry about that.
Again, harassment charges that were filed and were proven false in court would come under Malicious Prosecution. Again, WI does not make forms available online. The template for your complaint must come from the WI Form Books you can get at the court library.
Owning your road would be best with that many owners set up as a non-profit C-Corporation. This would be no different than setting up a Homeowners Association
or Condo Association. Here you are setting up a non-profit Road Association, under a non-profit corporation. This would allow you to get dues from any homeowner who shares the road, not just the current specific homeowners who are there now (if they sell the home later to someone else you do not have to bother changing owners in the corporation, since the corporation is a non-profit and has no owners, it is the members of the association that govern it). These road associations need to be set up by a local attorney, no different than setting up an HOA