Tower put on wrong property

by Brenda

My mom owns property that has a tower on it. The man that owns property adjoining my moms property put a tower up. He thought he put it on his property but it is on my moms property. My mom inherited this property and she knew the tower was there. My mom and I went to the assessors office yesterday and we found out that the man adjoining her has his name on the tower. We were shocked to see his name on the tower that mom has been paying taxes on since she has owned it. What can we do? The tower is located in Henry county Missouri. The tower in question is the north tower, There are 2 towers here, my dad sold the property to the south tower.

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Aug 28, 2015
Could be an interesting conversation with your neighbor.
by: Stephen

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