District of Columbia Easement Forms

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Easment Forms FAQ

What is an easement?

An easement is a property interest, which entitles the owner of the easement to the privilege of a specific and limited use of the land of another. The easement is a real property interest, but separate from the legal title of the owner of the underlying land. The land which receives the benefit of the easement is called the "dominant" property or estate.

How is an easement created?

Easements should describe the extent of the use, as well as the easement location and boundaries. The location, maintenance, and uses of the easement are defined by the agreement, use, or instrument creating the easement. Easements can be created by a deed to be recorded just like any real property interest, by continuous and open use by the non-owner against the rights of the property owner for a statutory number of years, or to do equity (fairness), including giving access to a "land-locked" piece of property.

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  1. Find the correct template. Pick the document sample that fits your state. US Legal Forms includes more than 85 thousand state-specific samples that you can download and fill out. In addition, the system provides you with an informative information about type of property contract and agreement to help you select the proper sample.
  2. Specify parties and property. Begin entering the names of both sides. You don't have to repeat these names further in the document. It is enough to state them once and replace them with the terms Purchaser and Owner. Identify the address and legal information of the property in your District of Columbia Easement Forms.
  3. Establish the terms and deadlines. The cost doesn't appear out of the blue. Calculate how much your estate is worth and decide how much you would like to get for it. Also, go through the amount of earnest money and the deadline when you want to receive the rest. It is important to set down-to-earth deadlines in the sales contract.
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