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Easements Made Easy: The Basics of Easements on Real Property

Posted In Deeds, Easement, Real Estate Law

Easements are one of those real estate concepts on which it’s difficult to get a consensus. To some, they are harmless items that can be ignored. To others, they are a fatal encumbrance on a piece of property, restricting its use and diminishing its value. While both opinions may be true depending on the circumstances, the fact is that easements generally fall somewhere in between those two extremes. To understand why, it is important to have a general understanding of what easements are and how they affect real property rights. More >

Pipeline Still Pushing Through, But Without Eminent Domain Power

According to a ruling issued last week by Judge Phillip Shepherd from Franklin Circuit Court, The Bluegrass Pipeline Co. cannot use eminent domain and condemnation to take private property for construction of a natural gas liquid (“NGL”) pipeline through Kentucky. Details about the Bluegrass Pipeline and the company’s efforts to secure easements were shared earlier on this blog. More >

Is the Bluegrass Pipeline Selling Pipe Dreams to KY Landowners?

Are you a Kentucky landowner in the path of the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline? If so, you need to read this before agreeing to allow the pipeline on your land. Residents in thirteen counties will be affected by the proposed pipeline and a lot is at stake. As a landowner, you need to understand your legal rights and the potential risks associated with the pipeline so you can make an informed decision as to whether or not you are going to allow the pipeline on YOUR property. More >

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