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buckville arkansas
i had preferencial (lifetime) lease with the corp of engineers on land that they had took from my family back in the 50's when my house burnt down october of 2000 i contacted them and told them i was putting in a trailer they told me they didn't see a problem with that and would put a note in my file if there was a problem they would contact me. 3 months later i recieved a new lease that was for 6 months they stated that since my house burnt my lifetime lease was null and void (it did not state this in the lifetime lease)and i had 6 months to move. i have contacted my senators and congressmen but the outcome is still the same.



kinda of a dumb question......

Was the lifetime lease on the land OR the house and the land? Did you own the house?

Did you have any insurance on your contents or the house?

What you should have done seen a GOOD expensive Lawyer!

[Edited by dj1 on 05-24-2001 at 01:32 PM]

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