Posts Tagged ‘prescriptive easement’
A Path is Blocked After 40 Years. What’s Our Legal Right?
Question: We have a cabin in the White Mountains near Heber. My wife’s grandfather built the cabin in the 1980s. Although we go up to the cabin every weekend in the summer, the rest of the year we only occasionally go up to the cabin. There is a footpath to a creek about 50 yards…Read More
Easement Limited To Reasonable Use
Question: We own a large home adjacent to a county highway in Pinal County. Our neighbor owns a 5-acre lot which is “landlocked” except for an easement over our land to the county highway. Our neighbor has now purchased 20 acres of land adjacent to his 5-acre lot, and wants to build a 40-home subdivision…Read More
Purchase Should Not Prevent Use of Road
Question: My parents live in a community consisting of twelve homes on approximately 30 acres in the Flagstaff area. The only access from this community to the highway is a gravel road over private land. This gravel road has been used for over 50 years. A developer has recently purchased this private land, and…Read More