Real Estate Easement Agreement Style 5

A real estate easement agreement creates an easement across a piece of property that you do not own. Common easements include a right-of-way allowing physical access, an easement of support prohibiting your neighbor from excavating underneath your property, and easements prohibiting other landowners from blocking light, airflow, water, or wildlife from coming onto your property. Rocket Lawyer provides information and software only. Rocket Lawyer is not a "lawyer referral service" and does not provide legal advice or participate in any legal representation. Rocket Lawyer is not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney or law firm. Use of Rocket Lawyer is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. It stays with the property if it is sold. You want to use someone else's property, but don't want on the deed.You're going to let someone else use your property.You want to grant limited, specific access to your property. You may have no problem with a neighbor cutting through your land, but what happens when he starts bringing in trucks for a new chicken farm? With a Real Estate Easement Agreement, you can lay out limits to the use, such as allowing pedestrians and cars only.

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Real Estate Easement Agreement Style 5

Some consideration must be made for events or behavior on the part of either party that will terminate the easement. A property owner may want to include certain activities (including failure to make any required payments) that will result in termination of the easement. 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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