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Know Your Rights in a California Property Easement

When you buy a piece of property in California, you understandably assume that said piece of property is all yours, to do with what you will. This includes allowing certain people onto your property and kicking others off at your discretion.

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At Garcia & Gurney, ALC, our real estate attorneys routinely help property owners in the Pleasanton, Alameda, and Contra Costa areas fight for the legal rights to their own land. Easements are sensitive matters, especially if a piece of property has changed hands several times before a property owner either becomes aware of the easement or tries to put an end to it. Because of their sensitive nature, it is best to consult with a Pleasanton real estate attorney before pursing any legal remedies to a California property easement. To schedule a consultation today, call 925-468-0400.

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