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Indyspute ceased operations in the fall of 2009, and as far as I am concerned, good riddance.

I have an easement on my neighbor's driveway, and a valid survey that is recorded in Marion County.

My neighbor, who is actually squatting in the property, refuses to respect the easement, or the survey.

When we arrived at IndySpute, it was clear that Justin was frightened of my neighbor's demeanor, and my neighbor proceeded to storm out of the conference room, when I attempted to provided evidence of my assertions.

I went along with Justin's suggestion that the inoperable vehicle that I had towed would be retrieved from the wrecker service at my cost, but that was a waste of money.

That car was eventually towed off and scrapped, and then replaced with a pile of building material to prevent me from using the driveway to access my backyard.

Justin's patron, christel dehaan, hopefully got her donations back from him. His attempt to resolve conflict was a disaster.

I don't think Justin could have recognized a manipulative personality, if he was told one was in the room....