Real Estate Easement Agreement Style 124

Since the property is owned by one person, this person typically assumes all costs for maintenance, insurance, property taxes, and the like, Nelson says. However, neighbors may decide to share costs or duties. Under some circumstances, misuse or the sale of a servient estate may terminate an easement. Finally, condemnation of an easement by a public authority, or condemnation of the servient estate for a purpose that conflicts with the easement, terminates an existing easement. Get started today with a free legal evaluation by a local attorney, who can discuss your easement concerns and provide you with valuable guidance. Under some circumstances, misuse or the sale of a servient estate may terminate an easement. Finally, condemnation of an easement by a public authority, or condemnation of the servient estate for a purpose that conflicts with the easement, terminates an existing easement.

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