Boundary Line & Easement Dispute Lawyers in Longmont
What Is an Easement?
An easement is a non-possessory right to use the land of another. Most easements are affirmative in that they allow a specific type of use, though some easements are negative in that they place restrictions on the way you can use the land.
There are several ways that easements can be created, such as:
- Implied easements
- Express easements
- Easements by way of necessity
- Easements by preexisting use
- Prescriptive easements
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There are also specific requirements that must be met to terminate an easement. Due to the presumption that the easement will continue perpetually, it is important to consult an experienced real estate attorney who understands these requirements. Our Longmont real estate lawyers at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can help you understand your rights in each situation. With 30 years of experience to our name, we are the kind of law firm you need to have on your side when trying to resolve real estate issues. The success of our clients and their ventures is extremely important to us. We strive to deliver experienced and knowledgeable legal counsel to each client that seeks our help.
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Whether your particular scenario involves a shared driveway, irrigation issues, or a simple question of where your property ends and theirs starts, stop playing the guessing game and contact us right away for a initial consultation about how we can help you settle the issue quickly. We can provide you with the answers and resources you need to make well-informed decisions regarding your real estate case.
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