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Neighbour Disputes By Paul Benedek
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It is estimated that one person in three has some form of neighbour dispute. A neighbour dispute can ruin your life and turn your home into a place you do not want to be. Your life can be one of... More > stress and worry, but it need not be. Neighbour Disputes, A Complete Guide - How to deal with them, How to prevent them, How to survive them has been written to give you the information and tools you need to deal with your neighbour problem. It is a practical guide written from a down to earth perspective and it is full of advice that will assist you to prevent or to come through any neighbour dispute with minimum damage to you, your family and your livelihood.< Less
Neighbour Disputes By Paul Benedek
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It is estimated that one person in three has some form of neighbour dispute. A neighbour dispute can ruin your life and turn your home into a place you do not want to be. Your life can be one of... More > stress and worry, but it need not be. Neighbour Disputes, A Complete Guide - How to deal with them, How to prevent them, How to survive them has been written to give you the information and tools you need to deal with your neighbour problem. It is a practical guide written from a down to earth perspective and it is full of advice that will assist you to prevent or to come through any neighbour dispute with minimum damage to you, your family and your livelihood.< Less
Alabama Boundary Law By Jeffery Lucas
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Alabama Boundary Law is the essential reference book for anyone who needs to understand real property boundaries under Alabama law. Written primarily for land surveyors, this book is also a valuable... More > tool for real estate professionals, attorneys, and landowners. Arranged in twelve chapters, the subject matter includes the origination of real property title in the State of Alabama, how real property boundaries are established on the ground, deeds, conveyances, easements, rights-of-way, and water boundaries. Written in a similar fashion to a law school casebook, there are plenty of court opinions, excerpts from cases and citations to actual lawsuits involving boundary disputes, adverse possession, negligence actions, trespass issues and slander of title, to name a few. Cases from other jurisdictions have been included on points where Alabama’s courts have been silent. This book is an intriguing read for anyone interested in the history and development of real property boundaries in Alabama.< Less
International boundary laws Kashmir case study By Saghir Mehar
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When India became independent from Britain and Pakistan seceded from India, the fate of the area of Kashmir became controversial. Having a largely Muslim population, it would have made sense for... More > Kashmir to join Pakistan, but India was not terribly interested in that solution. Moreover, in China there is a third player involved as well. The status of Kashmir is the subject of this interesting book. The book looks at some rare documents and historical narrative that is reasonably convincing and, at its best moments, subtle and nuanced in its analysis. The book is composed of three basic parts. First is the historical aspect of the Kashmir Dispute explaining how it emerged and how it has developed into an international dispute? Second is the study into the boundaries of Kashmir, keeping in mind the historical aspects. Third is the international law with respect to international boundary disputes.< Less
International boundary laws Kashmir case study By Saghir Mehar
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When India became independent from Britain and Pakistan seceded from India, the fate of the area of Kashmir became controversial. Having a largely Muslim population, it would have made sense for... More > Kashmir to join Pakistan, but India was not terribly interested in that solution. Moreover, in China there is a third player involved as well. The status of Kashmir is the subject of this interesting book. The book looks at some rare documents and historical narrative that is reasonably convincing and, at its best moments, subtle and nuanced in its analysis. The book is composed of three basic parts. First is the historical aspect of the Kashmir Dispute explaining how it emerged and how it has developed into an international dispute? Second is the study into the boundaries of Kashmir, keeping in mind the historical aspects. Third is the international law with respect to international boundary disputes.< Less
The Pincushion Effect By Jeffery Lucas
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American land surveying has a dilemma; it’s called the “pincushion corner.” This is a name used to describe the phenomena of multiple boundary monuments being set by land surveyors... More > when only one boundary corner exists under the law. The pincushion has not gone unnoticed by the legal profession and the general public. It is now common knowledge that no two surveyors can agree on the location of any given property corner. The pincushion is physical proof of that notion. Not only is the pincushion becoming a public relations disaster for the profession, it is causing those who might otherwise consider commissioning a survey to decide otherwise. And herein lies the dilemma; no one wants to hire the surveyor because of the way surveying is practiced, the pincushion being emblematic of that practice. This book explores the effect of the pincushion, how the phenomena started, why it exists, and remedies to end the practices that allow the pincushion corner to not only exist, but to flourish.< Less
The First Landowners of Greene County, Pennsylvania By Don Corbly
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This book lists the first landowners who recorded land claims beginning in 1784 in what became Greene County, Pennsylvania. Prior to that time the settler claimed his land by marking its boundary... More > with blazed trees or other significant landmarks. A claim was only as secure as the settler’s ability to enforce it by barter or force of arms. When an accurate survey of his land could be established by the Mason-Dixon survey, each landowner rushed to the County Land Office to obtain a surveyed plat of his claim. Those surveyed plats are listed in this book along with the person to whom they later sold their land. A detailed index is included for the genealogically minded reader.< Less
Orange County, N.C. - Ejectments - Vol 2 (1817-1832) By Stewart Dunaway
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This is the second volume in a series of fibred boxes contained at the NC State Archives. The First volume covered the earliest records in this box, but did not complete the content of the first box.... More > Continuing to uncover as much land history as possible, the author continues transcribing these records. There are four boxes in the archives, and this is the next volume in this collection. How were land boundary disputes solved? One process is to declare a “trespass” and this COULD be a reason for an “ejectment” in order to solve the “trespass” – that is – to solve overlapping boundary lines. Among these Ejectment papers are truly arguments over land ownership (the entire tract not a boundary dispute) – which can be due to many reasons, the most common inheritance. Then another form of ejectment is to deal with someone leasing land (usually for farming) and the they are obtaining the land back or even breaking the lease (duration). Therefore, Ejectments cover many different reasons over land ownership.< Less
Regionalizing East Mediterranean Gas: Energy Security, Stability, and The U.S. Role By Mohammed El-Katiri et al.
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In recent years the distribution of the world’s exploitable energy reserves has shifted markedly. One major change is the discovery of substantial gas deposits offshore the Levant. But while... More > these deposits have the potential to revolutionize the economies of the net energy importers, Cyprus, Lebanon, and Israel, they also bring into sharp focus long-running disputes over maritime boundaries and sovereignty. In short, these deposits provide yet another cause for conflict in an already deeply troubled region. This monograph explores both the positive and negative implications of the Eastern Mediterranean’s new gas reserves for the region, and the implications of both for U.S. interests. It combines the recognized expertise of two researchers with long experience in regional and energy studies, respectively.< Less
The Conflict Between Ethiopia and Eritrea - an Assessment and Potential Solutions By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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This paper discusses the border dispute between Eritrea and Ethiopia, the decision of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and the difficulties that both... More > parties are having implementing the decision. This conflict may qualify as an intractable conflict. Conflict “is a difference within a person, or between two or more people, that touches them in a significant way” (LeBaron and Pillay, 2006, p. 12). Conflict hurts the most “when their interdependence is so essential that they cannot do away with it despite the difficulties of remaining interdependent, such as for friends or lovers” (LeBaron & Pillay, 2006, p. 88). Such is the case between Ethiopia and Eritrea.< Less