But it's still private property, right?
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This property was once open to public by an owner, purchased by another and made private and now people are demanding access to this person's private property! Am I missing something?
California has almost no middle class anymore...
A middle class cannot hope to exist in a socialist idiocracy like that. So-called white privileged property rights can't either.
Did the previous owner get a tax break? Was there a lease to the town?...the story was incomplete.
If any of these things do not apply, I side with the new owner...and if they give him some Sh#t then I would force them to buy it or shut up...or at least Pay for the facilities and insurance.
The article didn't give us a whole lot to go on.
The claims by the pressure groups that this case is about "access" is false, as described in legal terms by PLF. There is no right to public access to the private beach. No one is landlocked by that private property.
I grew up on long island. when I started sailing on Long Island Sound I learned that all of the estates on the north shore LIS side of the island was private. that was and is the way it is. I can assure you that this is a situation that will not change.
the man OWNS the property and that is it. maybe he should close his business and move it where he will be appreciated.