I live on a private lake. Everyone's property around the lake ends at the water. The actual lake is the lake association's. Most property lines meet the water at roughly a perpendicular angle. A border between a neighbor and I meets the lake at an angle. They feel that this boundary line "projects" into the lake, such that they can build a dock or tie water toys inside the projected boundaries. This projected line extends in front of my shore. I feel that since all property lines end at the water, that everyone should be able to walk/swim/look perpendicularly from any point of their shore without others' docks or toys in the way. If the boundary angle was sharper, could I have a dock at all, and could they build a dock that would block my lake access? Whose water space is whose? Thanks!Currently there is just an inflatable 8 to 10 foot raft that I feel is partially in "my" space. There is a dock very close to our common property line, but it does not extend in front of my shore. There is nothing in the lake association bylaws that describes where you can put a dock or store water toys. Thanks in advance for any help. 6/24: There is no mention of docks, or dock approval processes in the bylaws. There is only mention of distance from property lines where buildings can be placed - 5' from property lines, 20' from the road, and 50' from the lake.