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What constitutes harassment?

What is legally considered harassment as far as messing with people's property? Do you have to tell them to stop for it to be considered harassment? What are the consequences for harassment?

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I have the same problem,my next door neighbor walks her dog on a leash and stops the dog in front of my house every day in the same spot killing the lawn.this is the city property and I get a $600.00 ticket for not maintaining the city property,. the police said the dog has to go somewhere , nothing can be done. (legally)

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Each locality has different rules and regulations when it comes to property. You need to contact your local police department.

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harassment has nothing to do w property. that's trespassing/ destruction or vandalism/theft
harassment has to do with persistent displacement/ intrusion of personal space and or emotional duress
ie; Her@$$meant nothing to me your Honor and that's why she's pi$$ed off.

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okay I probably phrased my question wrong. Let me try again. By property I meant like my vehicle, my physical property. Not land. But I assume that the same goes for that too. Its just vandalism? Even if you know the people and they're doing it with the intent to harass?
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yup. they have to be disturbing you personally. any judge will only put up with seeing the same person with the same vandalism charges so often and then lock them up as a menace/threat.
catch them arrest/press charges each time. ringing your dr bell and running away would be harassment.
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