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Charles W. Trombly

Associate Justice

Land Court

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Land Court

Background Information

Employment History

Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education , Inc.


Land Court Judge


Web References(23 Total References)


www.mcle.org

Charles W. Trombly, Jr., Esq.Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (Upcoming Programs)HON. CHARLES W. TROMBLY, JR. was appointed as an associate justice of the Land Court in 2002.He has been employed in the Land Court since 1958 and served as recorder from 1984 to 2002.Judge Trombly is a graduate of Holy Cross College (B.S., 1962) and earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School in 1965.He serves on the Massachusetts Judges Conference and Various Trial Court Committees and Subcommittees on court fees, implementation of computers, and other issues.(July 2003)


www.mvtimes.com

In his August 12 decision, Land Court Judge Charles W. Trombly Jr. found that Bear had not proven, in particular using contemporary evidence, that a right of access was contemplated even, if not defined, at the time the lots were set off in the 1870s.
Judge Trombly found that at the time the lots were set off by the state legislature from the common lands of what was then Gay Head, "there was no intent to create easements by necessity to create access to the plaintiffs' lots."


www.mcle.org

Charles W. Trombly, Jr., Esq.


wellfleetseashoreowners.org [cached]

On December 28, 2009, Land Court Judge Charles Trombly, Jr., ruled that the Cape Cod National Seashore did not have legal standing to appeal the Wellfleet Zoning Board's decision upholding the Blasch del Mar, LLC, building permit for construction of a large house at a highly visible site at "The Gut" in Wellfleet Harbor in the Seashore.


massrealestatelawblog.com

But after visiting the property, Land Court Judge Charles W. Trombly found that the Kenners failed to provide credible evidence that they would be harmed by the project.


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