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If you’re like me, you stopped using the front door to enter and exit your home long ago. In fact, many homeowners rely on their garage doors as the primary way to enter and exit their homes. It’s just easier – you’re usually going to or from your car anyway. But what you may not know is that the garage door is often the route that burglars take to get into your home as well. Luckily, you can make your garage door more secure. I started this blog to share my tips for garage door security and maintenance, as well as the things that you need to know when choosing a new garage door. Don’t forget to check out all the ways you can customize your garage door opener to make it more secure and more suited for your lifestyle.

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How To Deal With Commercial Property And Boundary Disputes

Commercial disputes happen all the time. It's easy for a commercial boundary dispute to escalate into a very costly legal battle, but it doesn't have to. If you treat the dispute the right way from the start, you can reach a fair settlement far more quickly and with far less hassle. Here's how you should deal with a dispute.

Handling Commercial Property Disputes

You should aim to do something about a commercial property dispute immediately. In some jurisdictions, there's a statute of limitations on when you can take legal action for a dispute. Usually, you can measure that time limit in years, so you do have time to try to settle it before going through a court battle.

Gather all of your facts and speak to a land surveyor

Instead of going back and forth with the other property owner, you should immediately gather all the facts concerning your property. You'll want a look at the deed and previous lot assessments. Check your lease and see what it says about the property line.

You should also hire a land surveyor to come and mark the property boundaries. That survey will give you room to negotiate, as well as hold up as a legal way to establish property lines.

Seek the advice of a lawyer and ascertain your options

Once you know where your property officially begins and ends, you can seek legal advice on which steps you can take next. At this point, a consultation can help. You may not need the lawyer's full services, especially if your land surveyor proves you're in the right when it comes to the dispute.

Attempt to negotiate with the other property owner

You can also take the information from your land surveyor and start to negotiate with the other property owner. These types of disputes come up often, and it's possible you and your neighbor can come to an agreeable settlement.

Often, creating an easement is one way to go. Maybe the neighbor can pay you, or you can pay them, for access. If you have the means, and think it can make for a good investment, you can offer to buy out the other property.

In the end, if you can't settle the dispute amicably, then it's time to take legal action. Armed with your official report from your land surveyor, you'll find yourself already a step ahead. Often, the court will order an official land surveyor to start with, which you will already have done.Talk with a land surveyor like Burget & Associates Inc for more information.