What is an easement? The legal definition of an easement is the right to cross or otherwise use a portion of someone else’s land even though they are not the owner of that specific land. The easement must favour a particular parcel of land, unless it is in favour of the Crown, a public body or a Local Authority.
Landlink Valuers have the required experience in easement valuations. Whatever type of easement, being right of way, drainage easement, easement for support, easement for overhanging eaves, easement for light and air or easement for transmission lines, Landlink valuers can provide accurate and independent valuation report in this specialised area.
If you are seeking to purchase property affected by an easement or if you are looking to obtain an easement valuation to help resolve your compensation dispute you can contact us on 1300 520 121 or email us at email@example.com