Ingress and Engress and Underground Utility Easement: This instrument is needed when a Grantor, a Mississippi Limited Liability Company, wishes to convey a permission of entrance onto his/her land to a Grantee, in this case a Louisiana Corporation. This particular permission is for use when dealing with power lines and/or cables on one's private property. The right-of-way clearly states that the Grantor conveys the right of passage onto his/her property by the Grantee, in order to repair, replace, etc. any power lines or cables. This form is available for download in both Word and Rich Text formats.
An easement gives one party the right to go onto another party's property. That property may be owned by a private person, a business entity, or a group of owners. Utilities often get easements that allow them to run pipes or phone lines beneath private property. Easements may be obtained for access to another property, called "access and egress", use of spring water, entry to make repairs on a fence or slide area, drive cattle across and other uses. The easement is a real property interest, but separate from the legal title of the owner of the underlying land.