Elizabeth Young Jan. 23, 2013, 1:10pm

NEW ORLEANS – A St. Tammany property holding company is suing its New Orleans neighbor over a property line dispute.

Cerniglia Place, LLC flied suit against Deborah Altazan Johnson in the Orleans Parish Civil District Court.

Cerniglia Place claims Johnson has a fence that encroaches on its neighboring property. The plaintiff alleges a survey completed by surveying company R.W. Krebs, LLC on May 23 found the fence is an impermissible encroachment and should be removed. According to Cerniglia Place, LLC, the boundary line between the two properties has not been established judicially or by an agreement of the parties and in the past the plaintiff has sought to have the encroaching fence removed, but has as of yet been unsuccessful.

The defendant is accused of encroaching on the plaintiff's property.

The plaintiff is seeking a court order for the removal of the fence and compensation for the cost of the suit.

Cerniglia Place, LLC is represented by William M. Magee of Covington-based Magee, Zeringue & Richardson.

The case has been assigned to Division N Judge Ethel S. Julien.

Case no. 2012-10621.

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