Private property criteria for removal
I just read a submission appeal, and found myself unable to understand how Niantic determines a private property single and residential.
The appeal includes a provincial (BC, Canada) map of the parcel and it’s clearly marked as private and there is a house with 5 bed 2 bath, which suggests it’s single residential. Moreover, by the land classification, it is also residential.
Yet the Niantic reviewer in this case is saying that the POI is “on a small hill thus cannot be on a private property” and ultimately denied the appeal.
I disagree with that statement as the government indicates otherwise. At the same time I just can’t see how Niantic determine the single private residential criteria. Official record says so (supporting with geo-tagged photos of no trespassing sign). However, it seems like with even a slightest doubt (“one should not be able to own a hill?” - which is totally not a thing - again, per government land parcel map) could nullify the the submitted evidences.
So, what are needed to prove something is on a private single residential property?
Besides, I tried to find supporting evidence about hills are not private statement but unsuccessful so far. Did anyone hear of that? Especially if you are from BC, Canada.