Legal Advice for Easement — 19 results
Written by attorney Kevin Spainhour, 5 months ago.
Prescriptive Easement in California. What it is, how it is acquired and the burden of proof in Court Prescriptive Easement in California Defined A Prescriptive Easement is method of... more
Written by attorney Lee Harwell, almost 2 years ago.
Recently a problem arose over a set of old easements for a road and for bridal paths on undeveloped property. Those old easements prevented the developer/owner from obtaining building... more
Written by attorney Thomas Althauser, 3 months ago.
Steps to be taken before you see a lawyer about a boundary line dispute. Step one - investigate the features on the ground. When you learn a neighbor disputes the location of a common... more
Written by attorney Raymond Michalski, 11 months ago.
Now that the residential real estate market is showing some signs of recovery, it's a good time to review some tips about buying and selling a home. Usually, home sales involve important... more
Written by attorney J Dirk Schwenk, almost 4 years ago.
What is an Easement? An easement is an enforceable right to travel over property owned by someone else. For instance, I might have the right to use my neighbor's driveway to access my lot,... more
Written by Avvo Staff, over 3 years ago.
An easement is an interest in another person's property. It gives a non-owner the right to use a part of someone else's property for a specific reason. Property owners may continue to use... more
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, about 4 years ago.
Easements in Gross - An
easement in gross . is a mere personal right in the real estate of another
because it is not appurtenant to other land owned by the grantee.... more
Written by attorney Travis Logue, over 4 years ago.
Easements Defined An easement is a property interest which falls within the larger category of servitudes. Easements are conceptualized as encumbrances on the real property they burden,... more
Written by attorney David A Baram, over 5 years ago.
Conservation Easements and the Law CONSERVATION EASEMENTS
The subdivision of land is subject to municipal regulations.
Conservation easements control the use of land by... more
Written by attorney Gerald Levine, over 2 years ago.
If you're dealing with real property (or even some kinds of intellectual property) you may be confused by some of the terms that pop up. You may have seen an "easement" on the deed for the... more