I purchased 2 acres 10 miles out of town. When I finished my new house someone Mark bought lot next to me. It was all trees. He got bulldozer to make drive way and clear for mobile home. I found out later all those trees 30 foot square were pushed on to my lot. Mark was poor and sold it the new owner is out of state he will flip it. I need to call new owner and say I need to file a lien to get pile of trees bulldozed on to your lot. What kind of lien would this be and where and how do I file it?
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