Local sues RCMP and Government

Local sues RCMP and Government

Postby stuphoto » Aug 24th, 2019, 9:09 am

https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/2 ... RCMP-gov-t

No disrespect Mr. Hardy,
However if there is any sort of easement there or it's the only safe access to some remote public land you have pretty much zero chance of winning, and should be going after the former owners for not declaring it.
I understand you can apply to have easements removed, if they are no longer needed.

Even if there is no easement, there is always Squatters Rights, where the trespassers obtain the legal right to use the property after so many years without any action.
https://legalbeagle.com/6658308-squatte ... anada.html
You would have a chance to win this.

Either way I can't see how you can sue the government and RCMP, when others are removing your gate.
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Re: Local sues RCMP and Government

Postby LTD » Aug 24th, 2019, 9:32 am

if you read the story you notice that the rcmp did not produce any documentation nor did the ministry so he is well within his rights to sue especially since the ministry suddenly decided not to pursue it anymore (as in realised they were in the wrong), and squatters rights do not apply on private property

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Re: Local sues RCMP and Government

Postby LTD » Aug 24th, 2019, 9:40 am

this is nothing more than a bunch of good ole boys who lost access to their favorite hunting area and because one is an rcmp officer he chose to use his power to bully someone and should most likely be fired for it, unless they can provide the appropriate documents

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Re: Local sues RCMP and Government

Postby stuphoto » Aug 24th, 2019, 10:57 am

LTD wrote:if you read the story you notice that the rcmp did not produce any documentation nor did the ministry so he is well within his rights to sue especially since the ministry suddenly decided not to pursue it anymore (as in realised they were in the wrong), and squatters rights do not apply on private property

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The Buyer agrees to purchase the Property from the Seller on the following terms and subject to the following conditions:

9. TITLE: Free and clear of all encumbrances except substituting conditions, provisos, restrictions, exceptions and reservations, including royalties, contained in the original grant or contained in any other grant or disposition from the Crown, registered or pending restrictive covenants and rights-of-way in favour of utilities and public authorities, existing tenancies set out in Clause 5, if any, and except as other wise set out herein. "
https://www.recbc.ca/psm/title-search/

My mom had some squatters move in on her property.
It too 8 years to legally get them off.
https://buttonwood.ca/dealing-with-squatters/
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Re: Local sues RCMP and Government

Postby LTD » Aug 24th, 2019, 11:15 am

stuphoto wrote:
LTD wrote:if you read the story you notice that the rcmp did not produce any documentation nor did the ministry so he is well within his rights to sue especially since the ministry suddenly decided not to pursue it anymore (as in realised they were in the wrong), and squatters rights do not apply on private property

"

The Buyer agrees to purchase the Property from the Seller on the following terms and subject to the following conditions:

9. TITLE: Free and clear of all encumbrances except substituting conditions, provisos, restrictions, exceptions and reservations, including royalties, contained in the original grant or contained in any other grant or disposition from the Crown, registered or pending restrictive covenants and rights-of-way in favour of utilities and public authorities, existing tenancies set out in Clause 5, if any, and except as other wise set out herein. "
https://www.recbc.ca/psm/title-search/

My mom had some squatters move in on her property.
It too 8 years to legally get them off.
https://buttonwood.ca/dealing-with-squatters/

Ya im well aware of the property buying procedure but here's a fact for you, the rcmp the ministry the general public your mom my grandma no one can come and remove your gates cut your locks or trespass without providing the appropriate documentation proving there's an easement or right of way. Also removing squatters is not an issue I to have a relative who has dealt with this and not only was it easily dealt with they were forced to pay for cleanup and remediation of the property. They had been living on it for as long as I can remember and had a makeshift septic tank there was a ton of garbage to be removed and so on, my uncle bought the property and had them removed they tried going to court over it and it turns out they actually had money and were forced to pay for the cleanup and legal expenses.
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Re: Local sues RCMP and Government

Postby Chyren » Aug 26th, 2019, 6:18 pm

I'm almost certain that there's a whole lot more to this story to come....stay tuned.
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