Easements, properly arranged
Are you eyeing up a beautiful house? And are you curious about what the arrangements are with the neighbour about the annex that just passes the plot boundary? As a potential buyer of the house, you would do well to find out beforehand. Your notary helps you see what easements come with your dream house.
Easements by your notary
Maybe you’ve been using the neighbour’s path to reach your house for years. But what if they move and the new neighbours tell you that you can’t use their path anymore? Right of way is probably the best known easement. It means you have the right to use (part of) someone else’s plot. To record or cancel an easement, you need a notarial deed. You notary helps you decide on recording easements in a solid notarial document.
Your life. Your plot. Your notary.
At your notary, your personal story is key. Your notary listens, and asks questions. If it’s not immediately clear whether there is an easement, you notary can have an easement investigation carried out by the land registry. This will tell you exactly what the situation is.