Nothing Easy About EasementsNothing Easy About EasementsBy Judon Fambrough2011-04-14T05:00:00Ztierra-grande
Legal Issues
As large Texas tracts are broken into smaller ones, landlocked properties increase. Before purchasing land, buyers should investigate whether easements exist and, if so, what type they are. One attaches to property and benefits the buyer and subsequent owners. Another attaches to the person who receives it and may stay with them even if ownership changes. Digital and Print1965https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/nothing-easy-about-easements



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