in dade county,fla is the pavement your property?
- Anonymous6 months ago
The pavement on your property is your property but there potentially could also be an easement granted on it.
In short, not enough information.
- realtor.sailorLv 76 months ago
If you are referring to the road in front of your property, probably no. But you need to check to see if the road is "public" or "private." You can check with the city/county or check your deed. If the description has something like "subject to a 00 Ft road right of way" then it's private.
- D JLv 76 months ago
Usually, the roadway & sidewalk belongs to the county. Check your property lines with the county office or your deed. The County owns the road & the right of way, which could be several feet from the side of the road.
- SimplytheFACTSLv 76 months ago
depends where the pavement is
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- JudyLv 76 months ago
- Landlord365Lv 56 months ago
It depends on what pavement you are referring to and what relation it has to your property.
- regeruggedLv 76 months ago
If you own land as private property you also own any pavement on the privately owned land. Streets are public property. Front walks are public property. But most municipalities have ordinances which require the owner of the abutting property to maintain the walks.