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Obstruction of Easements

Back To ArticlesRobert L. McCorkle, III
October 22, 2008

One issue with easements, particularly the granting of access easements, that tends not to raise its ugly head until after the easement has been granted and recorded in the real property records, is the extent of the rights of the grantor of the easement across an adjacent landowner's property, that adjacent landowner may consider whether or not granting of such an easement is an inconvenience now, but probably will not consider how the grating of such an easement will restrict his or her ability to construct minor improvements in the easement area in the future. Often it is the case, however, that months or years down the road for one reason or another,m the grantor of the easement desires to construct a fence or a garage within the easement area. These materials will explore the restrictions placed on the grantor by Georgia law.

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