Rights & Ownership
A right attached to the ownership of land (the dominant land or tenement) to utilise other land which is usually held by a different person (the servient land or tenement) in such a way as to benefit the dominant tenement. Examples include a right of way, or an easement for drainage or water supply.
For a professional team to help you with easements for your land, call us. An easement is a right attached to the ownership of land (the dominant land or tenement) to utilise other land. It’s usually held by a different person (the servient land or tenement) to benefit the dominant tenement. For example, a right of way or easement for drainage or water supply.
Securing an easement gives you the right to access a portion of land owned by another. Any easements that will affect a property will be listed on the land title. It will identify the easement holder and outline the location and dimensions of the easement.
Most easements don’t negatively affect the owner, having minimal impact on the enjoyment of your property. However, it’s important to make considerations to avoid potential disruption. Keep in mind things like landscaping as this may also have an impact on an easement.
Partner with us, Stock Land Division, to take care of the entire easements process. You don’t have to worry about anything. This is part of a full-service land development and divisions service – something that we’ve specialised in for over 15 years.
We work with home and land owners, builders, government agencies, and conveyancers. Our team can advise and prepare all documents necessary if you’re seeking an easement, as well as any other type of service related to sub dividing or land development. We’ll determine the land use and control documents, then take care of everything. As easements affect the Certificate of Title, it’s important to engage with professionals, like us. The Stock team will take the hassle out of it and ensure its completed successfully.
Contact us today on 0408 801 141 to discuss your easement. Book in a time for one of our friendly land division specalists to visit you.