“The new rules state that if you can’t prove you didn’t break the law, then you don’t have squatters’ rights to your house.
The new rules are not intended to be harsh and we can’t see why. A simple “no dogs” sign or something will stop the squatters from claiming your home, right? I’ll say, with all due respect, the new rules are a little over the top and I’m not sure I entirely buy it. If I had a dog, I’d have to consider the rule.
The new rules, which state that squatters must prove they didnt break the law in order to claim your home, doesnt make the rules any less draconian. It just gives squatters more power over the laws of the land. The new rules are a bit of an overreaction to an issue that had long been talked about at length.
The new rules state that squatters must prove they didnt break the law in order to claim your home, which is a bit hypocritical considering the city recently passed an ordinance that states that squatters cannot squat in a city park unless they are in state or federal prison or jail. But like the old rules, the new rules are a bit over the top and Im not sure I entirely buy it.
While I would say that the new rules are probably over the top, I would also say that they aren’t really a whole lot different from the previous regulations. That said, I understand the new rules. I’ve lived in the house I am currently in for over 5 years, and I know squatters rights in action.
You can’t squat in a park unless you are in state or federal prison or jail.
While it can be a bit over the top, the rules for squatting in a park are also the same as they have always been. You simply cannot squat in a park unless you are in a state or federal prison or jail.
The new rules are a good thing. It gives someone like me who does not have a lot of money that is concerned about squatting in a park in a new light.
Basically, it’s not that someone can’t squat in a park. It’s that they can’t squat in a park unless they are in a prison or jail. Since these rules have been in place for years, it’s no longer a problem. This rule means that people can’t squat where they are allowed to squat, but the park has a different policy when it comes to squatting in private property.
The key is that squatting is a civil right, not a right that the government can deny you. That’s not to say that squatting is not sometimes a problem for people. There are plenty of times when squatting is not a good idea. If a large group of people decide that they want to squat a park, they can do that as long as they follow the rules.