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Vermont Attorneys Experienced in Real Property Litigation, Boundary, Easement Disputes, Land Use, and Zoning Issues

If you are involved in a real property dispute involving ownership disagreements, easements, adverse possession, disputed boundary lines, land use or zoning issues, it is important to obtain legal advice from an experienced attorney so that you can operate from a position of strength.

Boundary and easement disputes are at best, unpleasant and worse, very hostile. It can be difficult to know when to settle the case and when to fight; an experienced real property litigation attorney can provide you with the guidance you need before costs and emotions spiral out of control. Our trial attorneys at Rundle & Rundle, PLLC, have successfully litigated easement and boundary line disputes as well as other types of real property litigation involving individuals and businesses.

Easements

  • Express Easement - An express easement is one in which the landowner allows another person to use some or all of the landowner's property. This type of easement must be made in writing and grants the easement holder rights such as traveling over the easement to gain access.
  • Prescriptive Easement - A prescriptive easement is created when a person uses another's land without the landowner's consent openly and notoriously for at least fifteen continuous years
  • Easement by Necessity - An easement by necessity arises when property is conveyed out without access to a public way leaving the property landlocked.

Covenant Disputes

A covenant in a deed is a promise to engage in or refrain from certain actions or to restrict the use of property to certain uses or actions. Covenants are typically established in subdivisions to ensure that the property retains its value and the neighborhood is well maintained.

Boundary Line Disputes

Boundary lines disputes encompass a broad range of scenarios, from misplaced fences to a neighbor building a structure that encroaches on your property. When a boundary line is in dispute, it may require legal action such as title research and investigation into how the property is being used by the parties. Whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant in a boundary line dispute, our lawyers can provide you with skilled and proactive representation.

Contact An Experienced Vermont Attorney

The attorneys at Rundle & Rundle, PLLC, have successfully litigated easement and boundary line disputes, as well as other types of real property litigation involving individuals and businesses.

You can reach us at anytime at 802-885-4555 to speak directly with an experienced attorney or use our online form.


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