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An easement is the right of one owner of land to use the land of another for a specific purpose. In the case of landlocked property, an easement is needed to allow ingress egress over an adjacent owners property for access to a public road.
Generally, the owner of any easement has a duty to maintain the easement. If the easement is owned by more than one person, or is attached parcels of land under different ownership, each owner must share in the cost of maintaining the easement pursuant to their agreement.
Transmission Line Easement means any easement in which a Contributor has any right, title or interest upon which a Transmission Line Facility is located.
An easement will allow Georgia Power to place equipment on the landowners property. Georgia Power has authorized contract land agents to work with landowners to acquire easements where needed to support planned equipment. This is a voluntary process and landowners are not required to grant easements.
Other studies and authors have found a correlation between power lines and a decrease in property values at approximately 2 to 9 percent. For example,if your home value is $250,000,its value will decrease by $5,000 to $22,500 approximately. Properties near power lines do sell for less.
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An easement for ingress and egress (the right to travel) may be permanent but is often temporary such as in a construction access easement. An easement may be removed by the property owner if the user otherwise has no legal claim.
Temporary Sewer Easements are typically an additional 20 feet outside of the permanent easement with 10 feet on each side of the 20 feet wide permanent easement. The combined width of a temporary and permanent easement is typically 40 feet.
The width of a right of way varies by the type of linehigher voltage lines typically have wider rights of way. Most rights of way on the TVA system are 75- to 200-feet wide, accommodating lines that can carry less than 26,000 volts up to 500,000 volts.
Yes, Georgia Power customers can elect to have their service lines undergrounded, but the customer is responsible for the cost of elective undergrounding.
Georgia law allows a party to obtain a private way (or easement) over the land of another through a process known as prescription (also sometimes called adverse possession). See OCGA Section 49-4-40 et seq. This requires seven years uninterrupted use through improved lands.

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