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dear legal advice,
20 years ago my neighbor and my ex husband bartered a
deal between property and a old used truck. The
neighbor wanted to grow a squash patch which needed
to spread out and did not have proper space. My ex
husband needed a truck and the the squash man had one
extra. Here is the deal a thin line of property ex-
tending the full length of 80 acres so as to grow a
bigger garden in exchange for the truck and 200dollars from
squash man. At the time I was not happy with the deal
and the ex said "look it's only a few feet the length
of the 80. A note was signed between the ex and
squash man. I am divorded and remarried for 15 years
The neighbor sold his property 8-9 years ago. He now
says he wants title to his 2 acres which he feels is
anywhere he wants it or 1000.00 dollars or he's
taking us to court. We have simply asked he and his
lawyer to show us a copy of the agreement signed 20
years ago and we will go from there. The very hostle
squash man called me yelling he's taking us to court
and does not have to show us anything. What to do
he is making up stories on where the 2 acres are
I remember the agreement and he says he needs a place
to store his junk cars. I remember the agreement and
it was maybe 12 to 16 ft. over his line. Lands have
have both changed owners. He won't produce the paper
is calling drunk and screaming at me that he will see
me in court. My husband will be handling this and is
at work so I am wondering if and what we should do
help and thank you in advance for your help.
sincerely [email protected]. n9176 lakeside rd
trego, wi 54888 715 466-2952

[Edited by [email protected] on 05-23-2001 at 07:35 PM]

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