Easement Preparation is needed if you are planning to grant your adjoining property owner, utility company, municipality, etc., an easement or right-of-way to access your property, install utilities, maintain structures, use water courses, etc. You could also be in need of an easement or right-of-way.
What is an Easement?
The legal term “easement” refers to the legal right to use another person’s real property, for a specific purpose and a specific amount of time. An easement gives a person the legal right to go through another person’s land, as long as the usage is consistent with the specified easement restrictions. Although an easement grants a possessory interest in the land for a specific purpose, the landowner retains the title to the property.
Easements may be given to anyone, such as neighbors, government agencies, and private parties. An example of an easement would be if a property owner allows the use of their private road or path for their neighbor’s navigation. Common easements include public utilities, power lines, and cable TV (though these are often underground). As easements are associated with real property, they are governed by real property law.
For more information in about Easement Preparation in Whatcom County, WA – its processes, requirements and other important matters that you need to know, we at Northwest Surveying and GPS are ready to assist you.
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Northwest Surveying & GPS, Inc. was founded by Denny DeMeyer in 1984. Denny is a lifelong (67 year) native of Whatcom County, graduating from Ferndale High School in 1967 and Everett Community College with an Associate Degree in Forest Technology in 1969. He passed the land surveyor’s exam and received his surveyor’s license in 1983. Denny is now retired and his son, Jeromy has purchased the company.
Northwest Surveying & GPS, Inc. is a solid 37 year old local land surveying company committed to serving the people of Whatcom County with over 3300 Record of Surveys and over 250 Short Plats recorded in Whatcom County