by JAY GIRVIN, Esq., Girvin & Ferlazzo. P.C., Albany, NY
- What is an easement, and how can it be created?
A: An easement is a type of interest in real property and can be generally described as a non-possessory interest that allows the easement holder to use someone else’s land for a specified purpose.
One common type of easement is an easement that allows for the use of another’s property for purposes of “ingress and egress” — that is, to travel back and forth over someone else’s land. [Read more…]