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COURT STUMPS CROTON ON HUDSON COUPLE'S ATTEMPT TO TAKE PROPERTY, ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST/WESTFAIR, An attempt by a Croton-on-Hudson couple to take a neighbor’s property by “adverse possession” will cost them $50,250, due in part to the downfall of the Big Black Cherry Tree.
Justice Charles D. Wood of Westchester Supreme Court ruled on Jan. 8 that Charles Andrew Salzberg and Anita Salzberg must compensate Kenneth Sena and Joseph Mazzaferro for cutting down their trees. Wood depicted the removal of five trees as a “brazen, recalcitrant, unapologetic” act.
Justice Linda S. Jamieson had previously ruled that the Salzbergs had trespassed and damaged their neighbors’ property.....READ MORE HERE
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