Property line disputes come in many forms, adverse posession, boundary by acquiescence, faulty surveys, building encroachments, fence line disputes, and many more.
Over the past 20 (+) years The Ritchie Law Firm has represented hundreds of people and companies in property line disputes ranging from neighbor disputes over fences and encroaching buildings to representing companies and private individuals in property line disputes.
Adverse possession is an ancient legal concept that allows one person to acquire ownership of another person's real estate by possessing it for a given period of time along with the satisfaction of several other factors such as possession which is adverse, hostile, exclusive, continuous for the statutory period of time, open and obvious.
Boundary by acquiescence is similar to adverse possession in some respects but involves an element of actual or apparent agreement of owners to make a property line where there is no express titled property line.
Propery Line Disputes get complicated and emotional. Private property is valuable and highly valued by most people. The factual issues involved in these kind of cases are often complicated and involve actions taken by others years ago. The rules of law are sometimes vague in their application and open to various arguments in their application to the facts.
If you are involved in a property line dispute put the experience and expertise of The Ritchie Law Firm on your side to protect your interests.
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At the Ritchie Law Firm in Pryor, OK we represent clients throughout Oklahoma, including Pryor, Claremore, Wagoner, Vinita, Jay, Muskogee, Tulsa, Nowata, and Sapulpa.
Through the following counties: Mayes County, Rogers County, Tulsa County, Craig County, Wagoner County,
Muskogee County, Nowata County, Delaware County, Osage County, and Creek County.