Real Estate Easement Agreement Style 7

Welcome to the Easements section of FindLaw's Real Estate Center. An easement is a legal term describing a situation in which someone allows another party to use a portion of land that they legally possess. 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. Adam has counseled all types of clients across the spectrum of real estate and business transactions – from the most savvy and industry-leading developer/owner/operator to the newest and smallest business owner, and everything in between. Adam’s clients are overwhelmingly entrepreneurial business owners and investors who need timely, responsive and practical advice. Said easement shall run with the lands hereinabove described and shall extend to and be binding upon the heirs, executors, administrators, successors, assigns and encumbrancer of the respective parties. If Ray (or his successor) later decides to gate off the driveway and prevent Joe (or Joe's successor) from accessing the driveway, a court would likely find an easement by estoppel.

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Real Estate Easement Agreement Style 7

The easement can be granted for an indefinite period of time or for a limited period of time depending on the type of easement and its use. Easement laws vary from state to state so you should check your state laws. 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. Get started today with a free legal evaluation by a local attorney, who can discuss your easement concerns and provide you with valuable guidance.

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