Easements & Covenants
Our business attorneys can help you deal with different easements and restrictive covenants. Whether you're a commercial property owner or real estate developer, you can trust our years of experience to look out for your best interests.
We understand that your business may depend on easements and restrictive covenants to remain operational. Fortunately, our business attorneys can develop provisions and terms that protect you.Benefits of Having an Easement & Covenant Attorney
Our legal team has experience with cases involving land use, zoning, commercial real estate, and other matters related to your company. Our real estate lawyers like to get to know our clients so we better understand their needs and concerns in regards to their businesses. Our experience with real estate law gives you a distinct advantage when making decisions that will affect your business for years.Easements
An affirmative easement gives the easement holder the right to use another person's property for a specific purpose. No matter your legal circumstances, our property attorneys will evaluate your case to determine the best way to protect your rights. For example, we can hold the other party accountable if their use of your property infringes on your own rights. We can also help you get an easement.
Types of easements we can help you with include:
- Affirmative Easement: Gives easement holder the right to use another person's property for a specific purpose
- Negative Easement: Gives property owner the right to prevent easement holder from doing otherwise lawful activities (i.e. building a structure that would block scenic views)
- Reciprocal Easement Agreements: Gives multiple property owners the right to use shared areas (i.e. parking lots)
- Utility Easement: Gives utility companies the right to install overhead and underground lines
Restrictive covenants affect what an easement holder can and can't do. For example, a restrictive covenant may prevent you from turning a desirable piece of land into a subdivision. Our property attorneys can help you draft a declaration that clearly outlines the rights, responsibilities, and restrictions of all parties.
To request your free legal consultation with one of our Florida real estate lawyers, call Lusk, Drasites, & Tolisano PA toll free at (800) 283-7442.