Municipal Easements

Counseling on the enforcement of easement rights
Gross McGinley Lehigh Valley PA Municipal Easement Lawyers

Attorneys Experienced With Municipal Easements

Representation for a Range of Easements

An easement can be granted to anyone: a neighbor, government agency, or private party. Property law governs easements because they’re associated with real property. Many common easements include those that grant access to:

  • Cable television
  • Internet / fiber optics
  • Phone lines
  • Power lines
  • Public utilities

While quite common, locating an easement on a property isn’t always a clear-cut process. Our experienced municipal attorneys are well-qualified to determine valid easements on a property. The common types of easements with which we work include: 

  • Affirmative Easements
  • Easement by Necessity
  • Easement by Prescription
  • Negative Easement
  • Public easements
  • Reservation Easements

Municipal Easements Team

View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Samuel E. Cohen

Samuel E. Cohen

View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Lauren Speziale

Loren L. Speziale

View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Jason A. Ulrich

Jason A. Ulrich


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