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Writein, Thanks for the headsup. Without that clue I wasn't sure what the fight was about. Good luck in your endeavours.
I'm fighting for our rights on a road easement to our family ranch in McFaddin texas. It's the only road we have ever used to access our house out there. In 2002 My grandmother,aunt,my dad, and 3-4 other landowners were land locked from their property. My dad was dropped at the time from lawsuit, we don't know why. He was deployed at the time of summary judgement to Afganistan for 6months to a year, They also said they didn't have a problem with us that was the other reason we dropped. regardless of us being dropped the new inherited owners successfully stopped the other landowners in summary judgement back in 2002. My grandmother and her family lived in McFaddin for most of there lives. Her father ran the blacksmith shop and gin. She worked for the post office there for 25 years. My grandfather worked for Sun Oil and was close friends with the manager of trust at the time. That's were my grandparents met,married, had children, and thats when opurtunity came to by property in the river bottom. I can talk about this for hours. But right now I feel like I'm rambling. I have no problem answering questions. My other blogs are based on my quest for justice on this matter. I have never in a million years thought anyone could landlock someone from there property especially if it's a homestead, but it has happened and thats why I continue.
I suggest you look up his/her last blog.
I may have missed something important relative to this blog. What are you fighting for? Your montage would lead me to believe a lot of different causes. I'm not trying to stir up anything,please. Just curious about the reaosn for the posting.Pat Barnes