LEGAL PRACTICE AREAS: EASEMENT RIGHTS
Easement Rights And Right Of Way Accesses
Easement rights and right of way accesses can have major impacts on real estate throughout the state of South Carolina. At Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC, our real estate attorneys are extremely familiar with the creation and termination of easements and right of ways, and are thorough in their interpretation and enforcement of these rights. We’ve worked in the Greenville, SC real estate market for years and our real estate attorneys bring the knowledge and dedication needed to provide complete and comprehensive services. Our attorneys are available for a free consultation to discuss your easement or right of way issues.
What You Need To Know About Easements And Right Of Way Access:
An easement and right of way access are essentially the same – both are legal rights to use land owned by someone else for a particular purpose; however, an easement will convey with a property (the easement always exists with the property, regardless of who owns it), while a right of way is granted by a current property owner and may not be recognized by a future property owner. Easements and right of ways affect all types of real estate property.
Because easements are part of the land, it falls to the subsequent purchasers to find out what easements a property has. Usually easements are in writing, and are referred to in a property’s deed or title papers.
Depending on your situation, consulting a real estate attorney can be extremely helpful. There are a number of situations in which a real estate attorney with a background in easements or right of ways law can help you.
Whether you need an experienced professional to explain current easements on an impending land purchase, or you need someone to resolve a land use dispute, our real estate attorneys are here for you. We provide consultations and are happy to review your situation for free. To set up an appointment, please call our office at 864-298-0084 or contact us online .