What Is a Railroad Easement Agreement?

Answer A railroad easement agreement typically gives one party the right to enter and exit a neighboring party's land or use shared structures for agreed-upon reasons. A railroad easement is legally bindi... Read More »

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If the plot plan attached to my Master Deed doesn't show an easement in the driveway could the easement still exist?

Yes, it certainly could. Easements can exist whether or not they appear on surveys or subsequent deeds for the property. A title examination is the means by which the title to real property is exam... Read More »

When reporting a malfunctioning railroad gate what are the advantages of calling the railroad VS the police?

The railroad can get it repaired and immediatly notify any approaching trains to stop and protect the crossing. All crossings are required to have a sign posted with an emergency number to call and... Read More »

What Is the Difference Between Easement & Right of Way?

Easements and right of way are very similar under the law. Although easements and right of way essentially grant owners use of land, they typically arise in different contexts. Easements arise in p... Read More »

What is the difference between a rental agreement&a lease agreement?

Renting or leasing a house or apartment is common. The terms "rent" and "lease" are often used interchangeably. However, there are stark differences between the two. Before you sign or offer any su... Read More »