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Hello. My name is***** am an attorney. I will review your question. I may need to clarify facts first. I will answer & we can discuss issues.
You mention "without a public hearing," which leads me to believe a hearing is necessary. Can you expand on that? Also, you mention that it was an "approved building envelope." I am presuming that is similar to getting a building permit. If that is not right, let me know. Finally, the "lot line adjustment" without a hearing, was that approved? How was the neighbor able to record it? One more thing, did you speak with your neighbor about it or the county?
I practice in New York. If you want a Colorado attorney, I can opt out and if one is available the can get back to you. Recall, Just Answer is not a law firm, nor provides legal advice (meaning telling you what steps to take). If you want to continue, let me know. I have some thoughts.
Hi John: I will opt out of this question. No need to respond now as it may delay the process. Experts will see this question is open and if there is a Colorado attorney on line or interested in answering, they will get back to you. Good luck.
I am a different Attorney. I have checked with the site and at this time we have no Colorado licensed Attorneys. Thant being said I have been in practice for 28 years in multiple jurisdictions and I am very familiar with this area as I have worked for county government. The procedures are very similar throughout the Country, it is only a matter of looking at the particular codes for the municipality. Let me know if I can be of assistance to you. If not I can provide a link for Attorneys in your area that provide FREE consultations and are familiar with this area of law. Sometimes it just takes the mention of an attorney to have the county listen to reason.