Mar 18, 2012 I am a member of a utility cooperative and the utility company has power lines that cross my property.

Are you referring to the easement.

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1. 3. Sep 13, 2016 Prescriptive easements were established.

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. We provide services related to PG&E easements and PG&E-owned lands. .

An easement gives someone who does not own the property a right to use the property in a specific way, notes FindLaw. The power company doesn't want to own the land under their powerlines and pay the taxes.

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Utility easements are created at the time a plat for new development is designed. 1.

The answer to that question is yes, unfortunately.
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Some utility easements specifically allow its holder to use property outside the easement to access the easement area for installation.

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Private easements are a legal right to use someone else's land for a particular purpose.

Private individuals (by name or position) who are not named in an easement have no rights to use the easement, and individuals who are named (by name or position) can ONLY use the easement to the extent and purposes stated. d. .

. If it is a persistent problem, you may find the neighbor has a history of trespassing. . This happens all the time due to the use of easements. not itself work an abandonment of the easement. .

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(1) Executive agency.

This essentially states that utility companies can come onto your property to access or.

Utility easements sound like more trouble than they are, but they can benefit the community and property owners.

Mar 7, 2017 Utility easements usually have no trespassing signs.