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Re: What does Private Property mean?

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Now that's funny. Imagine what would have happened if you didn't call. Kaboom! There is a 90 ft pipeline easement that runs for half a mile along one side of my property. (2) 36" gasoline/natural gas buried lines on it, gas company periodically cuts it as do I. Sign posts all down it with woods on both sides but I own through the easement up to the woods on the other side. I routinely see ATVers, snowmobilers who think that the easement is "public property". Most are neighbors but I get the occasional guys who ride down it from who knows where and see fit to take down the field fence "gate" in the middle of a chain-link fence that crosses it with the "No Trespassing" signs. I even walked one guy over to the survey stake when he insisted that I didn't own it.
When I first bought the property I caught a neighbor with a Ski-doo in tow behind an ATV heading over to my pond. He insisted the pond was "state-owned". I was friendly and offered to show him the property survey recorded with the County.
Biggest problem is the hunters. I've posted signs, told everyone who has asked, "NO!" and I still find tree blinds or tracks and bait piles.
All in all, I think most people are respectful of property rights or we'd be overrun during the peak hunting, ATVing, snowmobiling times. It doesn't take many idiots to give EVERYONE a bad name, though.

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