Easements are portions of a property the provide access to someone who is not the owner of the property. They can be made simply, with the help of a lawyer and a surveyor, and work to maintain positive relations between the parties with rights to the property. Easements can be utilized for:
- Access roads
- Utility lines
- Walking paths
While easements are meant to improve convenience and maintain relations, they can be points of contention between neighbors and property owners. Easements can be the subject of disputes over maintenance, access to private property, and duration of agreements. The best way to avoid these conflicts is by ensuring your easement agreement is comprehensive and risk-free.
The lawyers at Dimension Law Group are experienced at drafting concrete easement agreements. We keep the best interests of our clients at the forefront of negotiations and will make sure you never have to sign and agreement that puts you or your property at risk.
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