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What do you need to establish a right of way by prescription? The landowner must establish that he has exercised the right for at least 20 years without interruption. The landowner must establish that the right has been used in the same way for the whole of the 20 years.
In California, a user of land may establish a prescriptive easement by proving that his or her use of anothers land was: (1) continuous and uninterrupted for five years; (2) open and notorious; and (3) hostile.
Governments possess many different types of assets that may be considered intangible assets, including easements, water rights, timber rights, patents, trademarks, and computer software.
(a) The owner of any easement in the nature of a private right-of-way, or of any land to which any such easement is attached, shall maintain it in repair.
An easement may be recorded in the public real estate records or other regulatory agency records; however, an easement may exist without recordation.

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Recording: The Easement must be recorded in the Office of the County Recorder of the county in which the Land is located. Copies: Copies of the fully executed recorded Easement should be provided to the campus real estate office and to RESS.
Acquisition of easements by prescription Therefore, if there is a need to prove its title after prolonged, uninterrupted and continuous occupation or to exercise certain rights over real estate it will cause hardship and will cause injustice. The law, therefore, recognizes an easement by prescription.
An easement may be recorded in the public real estate records or other regulatory agency records; however, an easement may exist without recordation.
An easement, or easement agreement, is a real estate concept that defines a scenario in which one party uses the property of another party, where a fee is paid to the owner of the property in return for the right of easement.
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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