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On 5-2011 i saw advertised in local paper 2.08 acres, mobile home, and pole barn for sale, which i purchased from seller, who is now my neighbor. The barn was the selling point for
me. He showed me a tree line and path cut directly behind the barn and indicated that it was the property line. i had a
realator assist me with a warranty deed, paid cash, registered sale at courthouse, and the deal was done. I have since
that time paid taxes on the polebarn, the mobile home, and the acreage. I have also, in addition to the 30 ft x 16 ft pole
barn, added a 15 ft x 12 ft a frame wooden shed which i had moved here with great difficulty and no small expense. I want
to mention that the previous owner, Jerry, has continually stated his regret over having sold us the polebarn. Last Friday,
4 days ago, we found surveyors stakes in the middle of our back yard, and Jerry at the door with what he called 'bad news".
He said he had the property surveyed and that the pole barn, along with our new shed, and a large peice of the high ground
were all his property. Today we recieved a hand written, registered letter advising us to vacate the property(his
property) within 10 days or he would dispose of our property in any way he saw fit. He stated that he was advised to do
this by the County sheriff"s department. The polebarn is to old and big to move, the new shed we have just finished
repairing from the damage of moving it here. He misrepresented and falsly advertised the property. Can we make him move
the property line, or force him to reclaim his property from the swampland on th back instead of the high ground in the
front, both border his property?