The LAW puts it this way: you do not own the first XX feet of your lawn, nor the street/curb infront of your house.m4gician wrote: ↑Aug 6th, 2009 6:37 amUh... i'll put it this way... I own my lawn, because it's on my lot, you step on my lawn after I've worked tirelessly to pull the weeds, mow it, and get it looking great for the lawn awards then I swear........
LOL i can't even say it. I mean yes you can excuse it, unless there's damage to my lawn, I don't care, it's just rude to not respect someone's property lines that's all.
Law > you.
BTW the LAW defines your property lines, lookup where the liens are, and for that matter, what a lien is.
Feet don't hurt your lawn - wait they might knock over your precious manicured grass . Next step is you become one of those crazed idiots that shoots kids when their ball happens to land on your lawn. Get a life.