There are county laws where I live that say you can't have trash, garbage, refuse, litter, dump heaps, or junk on your property unless it's behind a solid enclosed fence.
Dumps heaps are defined as: Any lot on which trash, debris, garbage or other waste, junk or scrap material is dumped or deposited, and which has not been approved as either a debris landfill or a sanitary landfill.
Junk is defined as: Any scrap, dismantled, inoperable, or dilapidated motor vehicles, including parts; machinery; household furniture and appliances; construction equipment and materials; tanks and drums; tires; pipes; wire; wood; paper; metals; rags; glass; and any other kind of salvage or waste material.
Refuse and trash are defined as: Waste materials including ashes, garbage, rubbish, junk, industrial waste, dead animals, and other solid waste materials, including salvable waste
If you have these things on your property, the county can come in after a certain period of time to cleanup your property.
What I am interested in knowing is if any of these things would be considered a violation and could be taken: tools (electric saw, hammer, nuts, bolts, drills, etc.), building material, antiques, tires, a kerosene stove, cleaning fluid, and car batteries.
I already have an opinion but I'd like to hear other opinions as well. By the way, I'm asking this for someone else. They've asked their court appointed attorney but they won't give a straight answer. So, I said I'd look into it for them.