Everything You Need To Know About Easements

EasementThe property discussion might be very tricky sometimes. Does your neighbor use the roadway that passes your private property? Does a local utility company have the right to access a pipe buried in your yard? One day you may wake up and find out that you have to share a part of your possessions. Here are several things that you should know about easements.

An easement is a legal, non-possessory right to use or/and enter someone’s land for a particular purpose. It means a lesser interest in someone’s property, a legal arrangement by the landowner and a no owner in some way. There exist plenty of varieties of this type of property right (i.e. easement for ingress and egress over someone’s property, ross-access or reciprocal easement and maintenance agreement, conservation easement, construction easement, condominium/town-home declarations, etc.) Continue reading

What Is Trespassing and How to Protect Your Property?! No Trespassing! Private Property!

Your home is your castle! We all want to feel protected and safe in our homes. Tmy house my castlehat is why we all are aware of importance to secure our private property. People have different views on property rights. Some don’t mind if people walk on their land, while others don’t want anyone on their property. Though, people are concerned about the trespassers, either they’re aware of theft and vandalism, or they want to avoid liability if a stranger is hurt while on their property. Yeah! Don’t be surprised! You may be taken to court if somebody was accidentally hurt on your property.

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