Real Estate Easements

Our legal counsel provides the guidance to navigate complex easement issues
Gross McGinley Lehigh Valley PA Municipal Easement Lawyers


Easing Your Easement Concerns

Understanding the regulations that govern properties can present quite a challenge, but our attorneys offer decades of knowledge and experience navigating the complexities of real estate law.

One such issue is easements — or the legal right granted for someone to use another person’s property for a specific, limited purpose. Common easement arrangements include:

  • Utility easements: Rights granted for utility companies to install cable, electric, gas, phone, or water lines
  • Right-of-way easements: Rights granted for a neighbor to drive across another neighbor’s property in order to access their own
  • Public/ private easements: Rights granted for someone to use (but not own) another person’s piece of property

If you find yourself facing an easement issue, work with one of our real estate attorneys to protect your best interests. We’ll clarify any ambiguity and ensure that you understand the implications.

Real Estate Easements Team

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