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The non-use of an easement for 22 years was insufficient alone, to raise the issue of intent to abandon (Strauch v. Coastal State Crude Gathering Co., 424 S.W. 2d 677).
The failure to remove oil field equipment was not technically abandoned, even though it remained unused on the leased premises for four years after the lease expired (Morgan v. Fox, 536 S.W. 2d 644).
Similarly, the failure to maintain and repair property will not in itself establish abandonment. However, it is admissible evidence.
A summary of abandonment was presented in the case of Anson v. Arnett, 250 S.W. 2d 450. “To abandon is to give up, desert, or to relinquish voluntarily and absolutely. The question of abandonment is one of fact to be determined in each case from all the evidence in the record. “An essential element of abandonment is the intention to abandon and such intention must be shown by clear and satisfactory evidence. Abandonment may be shown by circumstances, but they must disclose some definite act showing intention to abandon. The non-use of a right is not sufficient in itself to show abandonment, but if the failure to use is long, continued and unexplained, it gives rise to an inference of intention to abandon.”
If you are paying property taxes, you are paying the phone and utility bills; how can anyone claim that property is theirs. Doesn't make sense!!!edit on 2-12-2013 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)
To me this is being done by someone sanctioned by PTB and black ops to make sovereign movements look bad.
In any case, I would have some big mean people remove him and slap him with an enormous law suit for all the things missing. He'd be in jail in the end.
YOUR answer to everything is the PTB any proof of your claim NO, like most posts you make.