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Old 07-30-2019, 02:22 AM   #48
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This is an interesting topic and a slippery slope.
Untying the boat and releasing or anchoring it is almost certainly criminal.
The neighbor docking on another deck is something that should probably be litigated in state court.
The lake, starting at the high water mark is state property and as a result, property ownership claims are goin to be tough to argue...
If the neighbor were to come and go by way of water, without actually trespassing on the land the dock is adjacent to, the case would be very interesting.
I hope this makes it to court, it could change a lot for the shore of lake winnipesaukee.
We were in the boat last night and I was thinking about all of the trampolines and rafts on the lake without permit.... does a property owner have the right to ban a passerby from using them if accessed by water?
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