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(ABC Action News)   St Petersburg, FL. The only place you own is water front property, but you don't own the dock you've used and water in front of your place for years. For $7,800 you can really own it now   ( divider line
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2014-04-05 09:50:37 PM  

lack of warmth: feckingmorons: No, in many places submerged lands are property of the state and you're only granted access. It is certainly like that in all of Florida (except for ponds and small lakes enclosed by dry land).

Aren't all ponds and lakes enclosed by dry land?  I mean, it would be hard to declare a pond in the middle of a great lake, or a lake in the ocean.

MI is also one of those areas where all lakes are state property, I'm not sure how small man made ponds in someone's yard falls into legal definition.

/had to do it.

I know of one lake that has an island that has a pond that the person owns the pond but not the lake. It was a case a decade or so ago that was interesting.
2014-04-06 12:50:38 AM  
Looks like some title companies are going to get banged for a lot of money, these are things they are paid to find and inform the buyer prior to sale.
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