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The Difference Between A Restraining Order & Order of Protection

In Tennessee there are two options when it comes to seeking protection from physical abuse, threats or harassment. They are both similar in whom they protect but each have different requirements. Both orders are issued by the court and civil in nature, but violations are punished as criminal contempt of court...

More: http://www.rallsandwooten.com/difference-between-restraining-order-and-order-of-protection/
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Whether you own an empty lot or a home in a residential neighborhood, chances are your land adjoins land that’s owned by another individual, business, or corporation. Because boundary lines aren’t always precise—and because both property owners may have different views of where their property lines begin and end—conflicts can occur when one property owner builds a fence, cuts down or plants trees, or alters the land in some way.

Settling boundary line disputes can be difficult unless there is clear evidence showing where each property owner’s land begins and ends, and many cases must be resolved in court. Hodge v. Cornelison and Thornburg v. Chase are two Tennessee Court of Appeals cases that established the current process for settling boundary line disputes in the state.

What Are the Common Types of Boundary Line Disputes?

Read More: http://www.rallsandwooten.com/boundary-line-disputes/
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