Establishing Property Ownership Rights in Property in Utah, Part 2

Sunrise over Willow Pond Park, Murray Utah

Property disputes are common. Unraveling a property dispute, however, can take some fancy footwork and legal wrangling. You have questions, so let me give you a few answers. There are a number of legal avenues to assert rights to property including ownership rights, possession rights, and use rights. I previously wrote about the ownership right established by adverse possession. I will leave possession and use rights for another time. For this article, I will focus on the second of the following three ownership rights: (1) boundary by acquiescence, (2) boundary by agreement, and (3) boundary by estoppel. Any one of these three can establish rights of ownership. The first of the three articles can be found here. Continue reading “Establishing Property Ownership Rights in Property in Utah, Part 2”

Interesting- Utah Supreme Court Affirms Disbarment of Attorney for Violations of Professional Conduct

The Utah Supreme Court upheld the disbarment of attorney Susan Rose for conduct in violation of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct. It’s a reminder to attorneys and the clients who hire them that there are limits to the judicial process and how cases are conducted in court. Continue reading “Interesting- Utah Supreme Court Affirms Disbarment of Attorney for Violations of Professional Conduct”