Easements relating to land surveying and title examination by Donald A. Wilson

By Donald A. Wilson

Concise, in-depth assurance of the advanced problems with easements and their reversion The definition, use, safeguard, and retirement of easements are parts of lively paintings for land surveyors, legal professionals, and the holders and dealers of easements, similar to software businesses and street departments. Easements when it comes to Land Surveying and name exam is the main updated reference that succinctly and incisively covers Read more...

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Newell (1903) 200 Ill. E. 345 Illustrative Decision The case of American Trading Real Estate Properties, Inc. v. Town of Trumball,59 serves as an illustration. In this case, the court noted: “The trial 58 Most of the writings speak in terms of public cemeteries, private cemeteries being a different situation. Title to private cemeteries may be fee, easement, license, or in trust, so an investigation is necessary to determine not only the status of the title, but also in whom it rests. 59 215 Conn.

Some of these tracts have subsequently been subdivided without their technically, or legally, having been released from the easements. S. Crafts land; North by Amos Currier’s land, and East by Samuel L. Blaisdell’s land. Containing twenty-two acres, more or less. Said land is sold subject to the right to flow the low land by the Amesbury and Salisbury Mfg. ” The following description is a flowage easement over a 4-acre parcel: The full and free right to flow at all times by means of a dam to kept up and maintained at Trickling Falls in East Kingston near the house of the late Jacob Gale at the full height of seven and one half feet measuring from the flowing of the waterway as it now is, one undivided half part of the following described piece of land owned jointly with Thomas Gould and bounded Easterly on Powow River, southerly on land of Thomas Gould westerly on land of William Webster and northerly on land of Thomas Gould, containing four acres be the same more or less.

Especially troublesome are those based on mill rights or mill privileges, some of which were created in the eighteenth century, even in the seventeenth century, and may still be existing rights, possibly owned by others, even though they have not been utilized for a century or even longer. Flowage may be for the purpose of storing water for mill purposes, hydroelectric power, flood control, or irrigation. Another troublesome problem with flowage easements is that they were frequently granted for huge tracts, extending far inland from a lake or river.

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