The laws concerning abandoned vehicles vary somewhat by state, but in most cases, the owner of the private property needs to get in touch with law enforcement to remove an abandoned vehicle. If the private property owner... More »

A letter of abandonment of property is the legal notification that allows the owner of the abandoned property to recover their goods before they are disposed. By law, if someone is in possession of another person's prope... More »

Car abandonment laws vary depending on local statutes, according to USLegal. A car might be considered abandoned if, for more than 48 hours, it remains on private property without consent, is illegally parked in a public... More »

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Slip-and-fall cases are lawsuits claiming personal injury due to negligence of a property owner, reports Nolo. Determination of slip-and-fall cases depends on the extent of the injury, the possible carelessness of the in... More »

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North Carolina repossession laws state that if someone is behind on payments or has failed to maintain any required insurance, the lien holder of the property has the right to repossess the property. However, they do not... More »

The most common state laws on cat ownership relate to property, anti-cruelty, vaccination, abandonment and trespass, according to the Daily Republic and LLRX. California, Maine and Rhode Island have specific cat laws, st... More »

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If your property contains an easement or a right-of-way, your rights depend on the type of easement and your state laws, according to Nolo. Generally, the property owner has the right to do anything that does not interfe... More »