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Old 10-09-2019, 02:40 PM
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...If it’s not you’re property, you have no control over it. End of sentence...
In this world of easements, right-of-way, liens, and a myriad of other legal documents, that can be wrong on so many levels.

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Though I can't say I "like" it - I don't object to people walking their dogs at the curb of my property, as long as they pick up the solids if the dog poops there. I would actually applaud the owner if I saw them spray a urine neutralizer on the affected area if the dog peed there (they exist, you can buy them in any pet store). If I saw a dog owner doing that, I'd probably buy some dog treats and offer one every time I saw the two walking toward our yard.

Meanwhile, I DO object to people who walk their dogs further onto our lawn. I saw someone do that a couple of months ago. He stepped off the street, around 20 feet onto our property, and let his dog take a poop next to our flower bed. He not only didn't pick up after the dog, he didn't even carry a baggie to do so if he got caught.

Since it was the first time I saw this happen, I decided not to say anything. If I see it a second time, I will absolutely go outside and confront the guy directly. And I won't be very polite about it.
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What control would be wanted in the first place.
And how many really care if they own the easement or not?So there is an easement. Who has had to do what about anything regarding the easement on their property since moving in here?

Me at 16 years.....nothing!!!!

It seems to be an issue that is not an issue and being intellectualized to the 16th decimal point......(especially when all one needs is whole numbers).

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...Who has had to do what about anything regarding the easement on their property since moving in here?

Me at 16 years.....nothing!!!!...
So you’ve never mowed your front yard down to the curb??
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So you’ve never mowed your front yard down to the curb??
I did once!!

I make no distinction....I treat it as it is all mine like everybody else does.....that would be the whole numbers approach.
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in this world of easements, right-of-way, liens, and a myriad of other legal documents, that can be wrong on so many levels.
not talking about easements
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Since you are talking about easements

"An easement is a "nonpossessory" property interest that allows the holder of the easement to use property that he or she does not own or possess. An easement doesn't allow the easement holder to occupy the land or to exclude others from the land, unless they interfere with the easement holder's use. In contrast, the possessor of the land may continue to use the easement and may exclude everyone except the easement holder from the land.

Land affected or "burdened" by an easement is called a "servient estate," while the land or person benefited by the easement is known as the "dominant estate." If the easement benefits a particular piece of land, it's said to be "appurtenant" to the land. If the easement only benefits an individual personally, not as an owner of a particular piece of land, the easement is termed "in gross." Most easements are affirmative, which means that they authorize use of another's land. Less common are negative easements, which usually involve preserving a person's access to light or view by limiting what can be done on neighboring or nearby property."

I'm not getting into an argument, just defining "easement"

Easement Basics - FindLaw

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you are so wrong in what you are say about easements. Many easements are owned by the property owner and listed in the deed. the deed only gives certain utility company's to have a right to repair there utility's period. it is not a right for anyone else to enter the property including dog owners.
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This thread has strayed way beyond the OP's questions about dog's running loose on sports courts. It has degenerated into the typical dog poop, dog haters vs lovers, thread.

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