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Jones, 578 S.W. 2d 669 (Tex. 1974). The easement use must be uninterrupted and continuous for a period of at least 10 years.
An easement gives the dominant owner the right or rights to cross or otherwise use someone elses land. Two of the most common easement rights are a right to light and a right of way.
HEALTH SAFETY CODE 342.004. If a city has an easement, the city has authority to maintain the easement in a way that protects the citys property rights while still allowing some use by the property owner. The easement holder also has the duty to maintain the easement.
-An easement is extinguished where it has been imposed for a limited period, or acquired on condition that it shall become void on the performance or non-performance of a specified act, and the period expires or the condition is fulfilled.
In California, an easement is defined as a right granted to an entity to use a piece of property belonging to a separate individual or entity for a specific purpose. The most common types of easements in real estate are those that grant road or utility access.
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An easement allows one person to access land owned by another person. However the owner of the property retains his or her ownership of the land and has an absolute right to enjoyment of that property. Nova Scotia Power obtains easements so its equipment may be placed on a property that it does not own.
Yes, you can build on a property easement, even a utility easement.
An easement is a means by which a landowner grants another person the right to use the landowners property for a specific purpose. The land on which the easement is granted is referred to as the servient estate, and the land the easement benefits is referred to as the dominant estate.
Having an easement on your property means that a third party (an individual or a utility company for example) has a right to use your property for a particular purpose. This could be passing by foot or with vehicles over your property, or a right to pass service media for utilities on, over or under your property.
Generally, you cannot make any improvements in a drainage easement. That means no fences, sheds, walls, trails or buildings. You should avoid planting trees or much landscaping as well.

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