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Easements and Rights of Way 2 – Estates & Types of Easements

Easements and Rights of Way 2 – Estates & Types of Easements

Easements and Rights of Way 2 – Estates & Types of Easements

Gary R. Kent PS
Gary R. Kent PS
on behalf of GeoLearn, LLC

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Last updated: 15 Sep 2017

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Easements and Rights of Way 2 – Estates & Types of Easements
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Description

Easements come in a number of different forms and usually create two types of estates. Yet sometimes they create only one estate. Understanding the nature of the basic categories of easements is necessary when apprising the impact that an easement may have on a property and how it may benefit another property - or not. Some easements allow an active use of the property while others do not. Some are assignable, yet others are not. Some benefit a property; others do not. Easements are, on one hand, seemingly complex and confusing interests in real property, yet on the other hand, the estates created and basic types are fairly well-defined by the courts. In this tutorial, we will learn about the basic types of easements and the estates created thereby.

Objectives

Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the participant should expect to be able to:
• Identify the estates created by easements appurtenant and easements in gross
• Explain how the servient and dominant estates relate to each other in an easement appurtenant
• Describe how an easement in gross differs from an easement appurtenant
• Outline the difference between an affirmative easement and a negative easement
• Evaluate the potential for assignment or transfer of an easement
Gary R. Kent PS

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Gary R. Kent PS
on behalf of GeoLearn, LLC

Gary Kent is in his 31st year with The Schneider Corporation, a surveying, GIS and consulting engineering firm based in Indianapolis and with offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and Ankeny, Iowa. He is chair of the NSPS committee on the ALTA/ACSM Standards and is liaison to NSPS for the American Land Title Association. Gary is often called as an expert witness and he regularly presents programs across the country on a variety of topics including boundaries, survey standards and easements. He is a past-president of both ACSM and the Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors. Gary taught Boundary Law, Legal Descriptions, Property Surveying and Land Survey Systems as an adjunct instructor for Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis from 1999 to 2006 and in West Lafayette in 2006. He received Excellence in Teaching and Outstanding Associate Faculty awards for his work at IUPUI. Gary has served on Indiana State Board of Registration for Professional Surveyors for 10 years. He writes regular columns for The American Surveyor magazine and for NSPS News and Views.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
  • 1.00 Hours

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