EASEMENT DISPUTES2020-12-14T20:49:28-06:00

Easement Disputes

Easement actions are high-stakes legal matters that affect or outright violate the commercial property rights of business owners. These types of complex and contentious land acquisitions require the help of a skilled, knowledgeable and experienced real estate lawyer.

The High Stakes Involved In Easement Actions and Disputes
At Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., we know the stakes involved when Texas businesses face the possible loss of their property. Easements involve the use of land for specific purposes that include:

  • Utilities
  • Right of ways
  • Conservation
  • Driveways
  • Construction
  • Beach access
  • Historic preservation

Attending To Every Detail While Looking Out For Your Business Interests
Our attorneys conduct in-depth research, examination and interpretation of various documents to determine the history of the property. With attention to every detail, we trace ownership using local land records, deeds and conveyances.

Based on the specific issues of an easement action, our attorneys identify resolutions that are in the best interests of our clients. On their behalf, we have negotiated resolutions. While arbitration and mediation are options that save both time and money, some easement cases can only be resolved through litigation.

Complex real estate legal matters involving easements interrupt the daily flow of business operations. Hardworking business owners and their employees already have full agendas. Let us handle the legal “heavy lifting” with efficiency while you do what you do best.


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