Hawai'i Easement Lawyer
Not all land parcels in Hawaii naturally adjoin a public road to provide the owner with vehicular and/or utilities access. If an owner of a “land-locked” parcel wants to gain access to the nearest public road, it must seek an “easement” over an adjoining parcel. An easement provides permanent access rights for the benefit of the owner of a “land-locked” parcel.
Sometimes, an easement may already exist in your land’s title history, but it was never enforced. Sometimes, an easement can be created by continuous use over a long period of time. Sometimes, the owner of the land-locked parcel may be able to purchase an easement from an adjoining landowner.
Kaneohe Lawyer can represent you in seeking to enforce a previously existing easement to your “land-locked parcel.
Kaneohe Lawyer can also assist you in negotiating a new easement with an adjoining landowner.
If you believe that you need assistance in this regard, do not hesitate to contact Kaneohe Lawyer. We will provide you with a free consultation to assist you in making an informed decision on your legal options.