An easement is a right to use and/or enter someone else’s property. Generally, easements are created through express agreement between the landowner and easement holder, but depending on the facts and circumstances of the case, courts can also grant easements. Easements are created to either benefit a specific person or a specific piece of land and depending on what type it is, an easement can only be terminated under certain conditions.

Many easement issues arise because a landowner wants to extinguish an easement that he/she either agreed to, or inherited through the purchase of property, while the easement holder wants to enforce the easement.

We have helped many clients, whether they were landowners or easement holders, enforce their rights and protect their property interests. Let us help you with your easement matter. Give us a call at (914) 965-1011.