I’ll try to keep this simple. Mother purchased a home. Couple years later, she has a pool installed w/permits etc. The pool hardware (pumps/electric control panel) was unintentionally installed just over the property line of what was an empty lot at the time (approx. 2 feet) behind some fence. Fast forward 7 years, and the property where the hardware sits was sold and a couple townhomes are being built on it.
Buyers of the purchased lot are asking for the pool hardware to be moved. The kicker; my mother sold her home and is closing this month. There are 3 components related to this:
Gas line (within property line)
PVC pipes coming out of ground (within property line)
Electric controller/wiring (outside of property line)
Pumps (which can be moved easily w/plumping adjustment (outside of property line)
Not sure if there is any “fault” for the work that was done on the property (with approved permits), but she’s having difficulty getting any pool company to agree do the work to adjust it (without exorbant pricing) and the company who installed the pool (and subcontracted work+permits) are giving her the run around and not calling her back or responding to inquiries.
Not sure the best approach here. Image of the conundrum.
Thanks for any responses!