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Creating Easements by Implied Grant or Reservation

Generally, easements can only be created in writing or by prescription. However, under certain circumstances, the law implies that the parties intended to create or transfer an easement by a grant or reservation when there is no written document evidence their intent, and, in some cases, even when there is no oral agreement regarding the easement. This is called an implied easement. As a general rule, an easement is implied only in those cases where: (a) there is a preexisting use of a portion of the property prior to the transfer; or (b) where the grantor leads the grantee to believe that the grantee will have an easement after the transfer, even though there is no prior use. Specifically, in order for a court to

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