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Here is a recent NM case discussing Easements:
You have one or more of two types of easements:
Express Easements - Express easements are created by deed, contract, or other written instrument. A well-written express easement identifies the location, use and duration of the easement - but the letter granting permission may very well be sufficient proof of your easement.
Easement by Necessity - An easement by necessity provides for a right of ingress to and egress from to a landlocked parcel.
Note that although the case I referenced did not find that an easement existed in that situation it is still usefulto you in describing the law of easements in NM and can be used by you. Also you can go to the law library and look up the case in the book - 680 P.2d 343 (1984). Once you have the case look at the paragraphs in the front of it where the points of law are described. These paragrahs are broken down into "Key Numbers." Ask the librarian how to cross reference the Key Number in the NM Digest. You will then have access to every NM case on Easements.
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