A client needs an easement to access their property. Another wishes to terminate an unwanted easement. Perhaps a third plans to purchase a property burdened by easements and wants your legal take. Whatever your clients' situations, an understanding of easement essentials is a must. This program will give you a crash course on easements. Learn the different types, the responsibilities they impose, how to create them, and ways to terminate them. Build your easement legal knowledge - register today!
Get a practical walkthrough of the different types of easements.
Learn how to form easements through grant, implication, estoppel, or court action.
Discover the different ways in which an easement can be terminated.
Types of Easements Explained
Public vs. Private Easements
Express vs. Implied Easements
Easement in Gross vs. Appurtenant Easements
Affirmative vs. Negative Easements
Easement by Necessity
Conservation Easements and More
Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of Landowner vs. Easement Holder
Methods of Easement Formation
Implication, Prior Use
Sample Easement Agreement
Terminating an Easement: Release, Abandonment, Merger, and More
Joseph C Rust is of counsel with the law firm of Kesler & Rust, P.C., where he practices in the areas of personal injury and products liability litigation; real property acquisitions and sales; landlord-tenant relations; construction law, including lien and bond claims; international law; and commercial litigation. Mr. Rust is a member of the Utah State Bar's Governmental Affairs Committee and a past chairman of the International Section. Mr. Rust earned his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Utah.
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