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An easement is a right which attaches to land and entitles the owner to do, or prevent the doing of, something on another piece of land.
Examples of easements include rights:
Easements do not depend on the owner but stay with the land and for the benefit of the land.
In order to establish an easement you must satisfy certain criteria. Our specialists at Hart Brown can discuss with you whether you have the benefit of an easement or whether you might be subject to one. We will make sure you fully understand our rights as a land owner.