Asked by: Sica Bogadoasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th June, 2020
Does a prescriptive easement transfer with the sale of property?
Furthermore, what is an example of easement by prescription?
An example of a prescriptive easement would be property owner using a part of his neighbor's property, to travel across as a means of accessing perhaps a side road that isn't in front of that owner's house.
can you lose a prescriptive easement? 149.). "Generally, a prescriptive easement once acquired can be extinguished by actions of the servient tenement which satisfy the same elements required for the creation of the easement." Zimmer v.
Simply so, can I sell my easement?
What are prescriptive rights?
Easements, the right of use over the property of another, generally relate to rights of way whether the right be for access or for services or otherwise. A prescriptive easement is one where the use must be as “of right” and not as a result of force, secrecy or permission and for a minimum period of 20 years.