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Hi my name is ***** ***** I am a licensed attorney. Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking for educational purposes only. I see you have a question about an easement . I have handled matters like this in the past and believe I can help you understand your rights. In the event I believe you should seek a local attorney, I will advise you of that as well.
Easements are one of the areas I have spent the bulk of last the 5 years as I managed a group that purchased easements for gas pipeline and also dealt with eminent domain/condemnation very frequently.
I think part of your question is about the site Just Answer- You will be billed the price you offered once you feel you have received a satisfactory answer to your question. You can ask as much as you want so long as we stay on the same issue. Due to the nature of ethics rules I can't give actual legal advice, but I am very familiar with easements in my state and if I don't know the answer I can likely find it for you. If at some point you wish to talk via telephone I can arrange that for an additional cost, but it is not required and we can complete everything right here.
Could you give me more specifics as to the easement? Are you trying to buy an easement or someone trying to get one on your property? If You have a land survey that you can scan and send electronically it might be helpful. If you have a first or last name you prefer I use just let me know. Feel free to call me Ron.
It shows you initiated a phone call, but then advises your payment did not clear. It may be the system just has to run it again. I will continue trying to accept.
Can you confirm the you requested a phone call? Do you show payment cleared? Has another expert called you? I have had this issue before and it would help me better understand the site myself. Even if you handle with another attorney could you let me know if you were able to complete the phone request?
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I had decided that some other attorney had called you and answered your question. I would be happy to submit a request on my side for a telephone offer, but I also don't want to cause you anymore issues with the credit card. I don't work in their office and we are not associated other than I agree to provide answers on the site for a portion of the payment they collect. I would be happy to continue right here and respond via typing? I could also try and offer a $5 phone call from my side just to alleviate the frustration over what happened? I won't receive any of that payment or original, but I would be happy to do so to get you the answer you need.
Again I don't want the same credit card issue to happen and so you may not want to take me up on that offer. I know that if we just continue typing that won't occur and you can request a refund for what you were charged for the phone call. Which would you prefer. Again I apologize for system issues, but I do not handle anything except answering questions and when a customer provides me positive feedback I am emailed a portion of the amount you were charged.
I am happy to continue anyway that you would like to, just let me know here.
In most situations somewhat similar (Condo's) the covenants included at time of purchase dictate who, and how members are assessed the cost to repair or replace common areas. In this case it sounds like that would be entirely governed by the Easement agreement. Do you own the 2 spaces you park in or are they part of this overall parking easement? The Easement agreement could and should dictate all of these terms since you don't have any other HOA or covenant/restrictions that would address this issue. I think you need to get the easement agreement and read it and see if it addresses these issues. That is the first place I would want to look for guidance as an attorney facing this issue. Do you have a copy of the Easement you could scan and send to me? If so there is a link on your side that allows you attach a file and it will come to me.
I will need you to note that due to professional ethics I can not provide specific legal advise to you, but I would be willing to review the easement and give you might thoughts have reviewed more than a thousand easements in the last 4 years. I am not trying to brag just want you to be aware that I spend a great deal of my time in the previous 4 years dealing with easements. Though they were related to pipelines many of the laws overlap.
Is the easement something you have and could send me?
In most States you can search for these records online. Do a Google search for Search Online Real Property Records (Your County) Virginia. Avoid sites that have anything except .gov or .org on the end of their address as they are just trying to get you to pay them for what many times is free.
You might find it easier to go to that actual office and if the easement on your documents refers to an official document number then they could pull just that document. While the staff cant give legal advise they are generally very helpful at helping you find what you are looking for if you have time to by the office. if there is not a number they will be the best to tell you how to quickly find it or they might on occasion do it for you. Then you usually pay like $1.00 per page.
Many times the reference to where the easement is recorded book/page will be for the first page. I would guess this easement to be between 4-10 pages and so you may want to go into the office.
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