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Old September 13th, 2008, 03:41 PM   #1
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How close can you legally be to cattails/marshy areas? I'm trying to drive in an area that you can in fact drive a 2wd buick through. But it has cattails around it...

Also, how can I find out who owns the land?

This is in Michigan by the way...
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Old September 13th, 2008, 03:56 PM   #2
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as far as im aware there isnt such thing as being to close to them. but you cannt be boggin though them and ge away with them draging behind you.
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How close can you legally be to cattails/marshy areas? I'm trying to drive in an area that you can in fact drive a 2wd buick through. But it has cattails around it...

Also, how can I find out who owns the land?

This is in Michigan by the way...
Who owns the land will be found in a plat book available at the county or township building where the land is located.
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Old September 15th, 2008, 07:09 PM   #4
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Who owns the land will be found in a plat book available at the county or township building where the land is located.
Just to add a bit to what Pat said, The Register of Deeds in each county is where you can get them. They cost between $25 and $75 for each county.
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Some counties, such as Ingham, have their tax equilization mapping available on-line as well.
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Some counties, such as Ingham, have their tax equilization mapping available on-line as well.
this is nice since you can stalk people easier.
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Some counties, such as Ingham, have their tax equilization mapping available on-line as well.
I'll go look but if you have a link I'd like to take a look. Sounds like that could be pretty cool.
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I'll go look but if you have a link I'd like to take a look. Sounds like that could be pretty cool.
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do a search for a county gsi site withen the county you live. I use this all the time.

http://gisweb.ewashtenaw.org/website/mapwashtenaw/

you can use the map to search out parcel ID numbers then enter then to get the info for free.
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