When the exact location of a property line is unclear it can easily lead to a boundary dispute. Boundary dispute arise for a variety of reasons:
Boundary location is not always an exact science, and occasionally the location of a boundary line, even if there is history of use, may be impossible to find without a survey. In Minnesota boundary disputes, the historic use of the land by the parties will determine the legal location of the boundary, which may result in the loss or gain of land to each of the parties. The issues in such disputes usually include the following:
The Minnesota Boundary Dispute Attorneys of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn are the advocates you need representing you in any type of boundary dispute.
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