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The situation with my girlfriend's family's land being illegally taken by a developer is not the only problem they're having with Gwinnett Co.Since 1968,they paid taxes on this same piece of land that was 0.087,then the first of 2012 Gwinnett Co. said it was actually .112.So for 43 yrs they were paying taxes on more land than they now claim it is.They could not tell us how this happened and why?Since they paid more taxes than they should have,my girlfriend asked about a refund but they're not letting them go back any more than 3 yrs.,even though they should be entitled to several thousand dollars in refunds.
At Jimmy Dodd and Sycamore Rd.
My girlfriend's family is also having problems with Gwinnett Co.Even though they have been paying the taxes on their land since 1968,somehow their land was stolen.A plot was done for a subdivision where their land was accidently included in this plot as part of the subdivision.After they discovered their mistake it was quick deeded to a developer even though they never owned the land nor had the deed to it.After many,many phone calls and a visit to the Court House,she was told that the only way to get it back was to get a lawyer and sue.After contacting a lawyer,it was discovered it would take at least $15,000 plus little chance of recovering their expenses.My girlfriend then sit up a meeting with Steve Pruit in which we both went,but was a waste of time.Steve was very unprofessional,he gave no explanations or reasons how happened.The only thing he would say was that he wasn't the land police and he didn't steal her land.Only in Gwinnett Co. can someone steal your land and you have to pay $15,000 to get your land back.
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