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A right of egress petition is used to exercise your legal right to have a person exit or leave your property. An egress petition is commonly used when easements are involved. An easement is a legally binding arrangement, which can both protect, or restrict, the rights of use on a piece of property. Any details surrounding the egress of a real estate parcel will be listed under the property easements on the property deed.
Common types egress easements allow adjoining properties the use of a shared driveway, the right to walk across a designated portion of the property or the use of a private road to reach the property.
Property easements will detail the specifics of the egress guidelines, as well as note if the arrangement can be altered, or provide a time frame in which the easement is valid and legally binding.
If you own property which has a common use issue, filing an Egress Petition can avoid future problems. Clarifying the users' rights, limits and responsibilities can avoid conflict and possible legal action in the future. A Real Estate Attorney can assist you in creating and filing your Egress Petition. If you feel someone is unlawfully using your land through an easement, a Real Estate Lawyer can help you file a right of egress petition so you can exercise your right for them leave your property in a lawful manner.
If you own property that requires easement use of an adjoining property, a Real Estate Lawyer can file an Egress Petition to secure your right of use. If you need assistance filing an egress petition, contact Attorney Search Network today for a free lawyer referral.
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