The neighbor is wanting to build a road through our property by means of an Easement and we have told him that he will not be allowed to do any work on the property without the proper Licensing per the CBC Contractors Board and by a Licensed Contractor of our choice as there are many who have a license that are known to be reckless. He is not happy with that. Our concern comes in the fact that the local Sheriff's deputy has been calling us saying he wants to meet with us in person and we have not been in town when he is on duty, yet but will happen at some point. Can we be arrested for this?If so is there anything we do to try to prevent this as we are in our late 50's and are nervous about having a criminal record not to mention it would be posted in our local newspaper.We didn't do thi
An easement is a right to enter or use someone else's property for a specific reason. It remains in force even if the property is sold and is also transferable.
Neighbor law deals with the legal rights and responsibilities involved with having neighbors. Examples include boundary disputes, noise, and blocked views.