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Old 01-25-2018, 02:22 PM   #96
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Well, not so much. Poor analogy. Sidewalks almost always exist in a strip between private land and existing public land (the road; hence the term "SIDEwalk.") Where a walkway passes through private land, with the same parcel of private land on both sides, it is almost always supported by an easement.

If the state (or someone else) wants to buy an easement here, I'm sure a price could be agreed upon. And I am all for that.

Belly up to the bar, and PAY for what you want. Otherwise, I still see this as trying to use the court system to TAKE something that someone is not willing to pay for.
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