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karriebell
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« on: May 13, 2021, 07:57:50 AM »

I purchased tax sale land 9 years ago and have lately, new property owners wanting to access their lands through my private trails.   I had recently, a crown attorney harassing me saying this is an access road.  It is my understanding you can deny trespassing on private trails if they have a road allowance available to you.  Trespass law only deems passage possible if you are landlocked and not out of inconvenience or expense. It does not matter if it is unopened and not my problem to give them the red carpet treatment.   Am I correct?   I need help of wolves.
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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2021, 08:17:03 PM »

I purchased tax sale land 9 years ago and have lately, new property owners wanting to access their lands through my private trails.   I had recently, a crown attorney harassing me saying this is an access road.  It is my understanding you can deny trespassing on private trails if they have a road allowance available to you.  Trespass law only deems passage possible if you are landlocked and not out of inconvenience or expense. It does not matter if it is unopened and not my problem to give them the red carpet treatment.   Am I correct?   I need help of wolves.

I am Mountainman

Kerriebell, Kerriebell, Kerriebell

I hope you are keeping well,

Keep in mind this important fact

you would do well to study the Road Access Act,

But there is also the matter of the common law

which just might stick in your craw,

But for sage counsel on your journey

You must speak with a top attorney.

For I am Mountainman



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« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2021, 01:40:42 PM »

I read the road access act.   It says you cannot block an access road.  These properties were all owned by one owner and they were private trails not an access road.   I don't consider these trails as access as they have legal access via a road allowance.   I have my lawyer ready as I cannot back down from this one as these are my private  hunting grounds and I don't want to see a vehicle drive though during my hunting time.  The other properties are not legally landlocked.
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« Reply #3 on: May 14, 2021, 06:29:59 PM »

I read the road access act.   It says you cannot block an access road.  These properties were all owned by one owner and they were private trails not an access road.   I don't consider these trails as access as they have legal access via a road allowance.   I have my lawyer ready as I cannot back down from this one as these are my private  hunting grounds and I don't want to see a vehicle drive though during my hunting time.  The other properties are not legally landlocked.


I am mountainman

You own this property in rem

so might as well just fu*k 'em.

For I am am mountainman
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« Reply #4 on: May 18, 2021, 01:05:26 PM »

Thank you Mountainman

For I am Forest Femme

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« Reply #5 on: May 18, 2021, 06:04:27 PM »

Thank you Mountainman

For I am Forest Femme



I am Mountainman

My dear Forest Femme

alas here we go again,

I fear that I must balk

for others will start to talk,

It was never meant to be

between you and me.

For I am Mountainman.
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