With: SUPERIOR COURT 2007-CV-0020B: WILLIAMS BROS. OF MARSHFIELD v. GEORGE PECK, MARJORIE PECK and CURT DOW individually and d/b/a C.F.DOW
For the reasons set forth in the courts Decision of this date, plaintiff Williams Bros. of Marshfield (Williams Bros.) is awarded the sum of $3,168 from defendants George Peck, Marjorie Peck and Curt Dow, jointly and severally, with interest at the statutory rate from and after the date this suit was commenced. It is further ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that the Pecks registered land parcel, Lot 7 as shown on Land Court Plan 18143C, has no appurtenant rights over Williams Bros. land, and the following language shall be STRICKEN from the Pecks and their successors certificates of title:
There is appurtenant to the land hereby registered the following rights:
(1) A right of way over land now or formerly of LeBarron R. Barker;
(2) The right to take sand to build and maintain bog from the land of said Barker;
(3) The right to build bog houses on said Barker property wherever most convenient to bog;
(4) The right to cut trees on said Barker land when same shade the bog;
all as set forth in the deed given by Narcisse N.S. Daudelin to Emile Leger, dated May 10, 1915, duly recorded in Book 1215, Page 195.
All other claims, counterclaims and cross-claims in these actions are DISMISSED IN THEIR ENTIRETY, WITH PREJUDICE.
By the court (Long, J.)