If you’ve recently looked into buying a property to build a new house, you might notice that there’s no way to get to this property without crossing someone else’s. This can put a halt to any plans you have. You don’t want to go through with buying and/or building on a property you can’t legally access. To fix this, you could secure a real estate easement.
Subsequently, if you’re selling a landlocked property, you might receive a request for an easement. If you feel inclined, you can accept or offer terms that will allow someone else to access or cross your property with an easement.
In both situations, you need a qualified real estate easement attorney who can view your property lines and contracts to assure that both the property owner and easement user are treated fairly. The Tennessee real estate easement attorneys at Tressler & Associates, PLLC are well-practiced in helping clients in either situation.
Easements are nonpossessory rights to use, enter, and/or take something from another property the user does not own. With an easement, an entity, whether it be a person, a family, a corporation, or government, can allow someone access to another’s property with open permission. Because easements can be used for multiple purposes and made between multiple entities, there are several different types of easements and reasons to create one.
With real estate easements, you can have one that fits multiple types. They’re categorized by who and what they give access to.
While it would be impossible to list each and every reason to request an easement, there are several reasons that prompt easements more than anything else.
Our Tennessee real estate easement attorneys can help anyone write fair easements. We can help you request much-needed access that would allow you proper access to your own proper or utilities. We can also protect you from making agreements that put you in unfair positions when people want access to your property. If an entity forces their needs for your property onto you, a real estate easement attorney can protect you and your right to privacy.
Contact the attorneys at Tressler & Associates, PLLC for any help you need regarding easements.
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