A common issue between neighboring property owners is the actual location of property lines. Boundary disputes arise when two adjacent property owners disagree over property line location. Disputes also arise where structures or fences are placed such that they encroach on a neighboring property. Boundary disputes may further involve neighbors who disagree over the location of a driveway, stored personal property (such as automobiles and recreational vehicles), or ownership of trees and other vegetation.
An easement is a right to use an area on or over the real property of another. Most often, easements are created for a defined purpose, such as a driveway or access over property, utility placement, or a walkway for lake or other waterway access. Disputes may arise between property owners over easement location, proper use, authorized easement users, and maintenance of easements, to name a few.
The attorneys at Inosencio & Fisk, PLLC, have the knowledge and experience necessary to assist you with boundary and easement disputes. If you have questions or concerns regarding any real estate issue, please do not hesitate to contact Inosencio & Fisk, PLLC, at (517) 796-1444.