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This intermediate level program is designed for professionals wanting tips and tactics for resolving access and road disputes, including: Attorneys, Surveyors, Engineers, Developers, City and Urban Planners, Architects, Local Government Officials, Real Estate Professionals, Title Professionals

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This full-day legal program is jam-packed with investigation and fact gathering tips, quiet title action fundamentals, eminent domain valuation tactics, methods for creating prescriptive easements and more. (see full course description)

 

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Resolving Local Access and Road Disputes - Local Road Access / Government Law Training Seminar

Gain Specific Tactics for Resolving Local Issues in Your Community

Every community experiences different road, access and easement challenges. From right of way and utility easement disputes to maintenance and repair agreement discrepancies, the challenges vary greatly depending on the city, county and state laws and issues at hand. Our experienced panel knows the local laws and challenges your clients are currently facing and will provide the exact tools you need to tackle specific issues. This full-day legal program is jam-packed with investigation and fact gathering tips, quiet title action fundamentals, eminent domain valuation tactics, methods for creating prescriptive easements and more. Don't miss out on this unique and timely program - register today!

  • Gain investigation tips, negotiation strategies and quiet title action fundamentals specific to local road, access and easement issues.
  • Prove prescriptive use by piecing together the history of use and maintenance.
  • Negotiate more favorable easement terms with neighbors, municipalities and utilities.
  • Apply local access and road ordinances to current challenges in your community.
  • Learn how to use surveys, descriptions and plats to resolve local issues.
  • Review critical components of prescriptive easements, including scope, duration, location, rights and responsibilities.
  • Discover tips for researching complex chain of title to establish landowner rights.
  • Overcome eminent domain challenges specific to road and access disputes and learn tips for calculating just compensation.
  • Discover how to read between the lines of a survey.
  • Learn the mechanics of a quiet title action.
  1. ROAD/ACCESS CREATION, MAINTENANCE, USE AND TERMINATION
    9:00 - 10:15, Written by Donna Jennings. Presented by Donna Jennings in Princeton and Paul H. Schultz in Cherry Hill.
    1. Value, Scope, Key Elements, Duration, Location, Size, Rights and Responsibilities
      1. Easement in Gross
      2. Easement Appurtenant
      3. Implied Easements and Easements by Necessity
      4. Prescriptive Easements
    2. Mistakes to Avoid When Drafting Easements (Sample Review)
    3. Walking Through an Easement Termination
  2. EMINENT DOMAIN ISSUES RELATED SPECIFICALLY TO EASEMENTS
    10:30 - 11:45, Written and presented by Ryan Kennedy in Princeton and Cherry Hill.
    1. Tackling Common Easement and Eminent Domain Issues
    2. Approaches to Fair Market Value
    3. Highest and Best Use Valuation
    4. When the Highest and Best Use is Different than the Existing Use
    5. Determining Damages in Partial and Temporary Takings
    6. Considerations in Determining Damages (Land Value, Leases, Multiple Owners)
    7. Relocation Benefits
  3. USING SURVEYS, DESCRIPTIONS, TITLE AND PLATS TO RESOLVE ACCESS AND ROAD DISPUTES
    12:45 - 2:00, Written and presented by Ryan Kennedy and Nicholas Timpanaro in Princeton and Cherry Hill.
    1. Title or Survey Dispute?
    2. The Art and Science of Reconstructing Events from a Century Ago
    3. Using Surveys to Resolve the Dispute - Reading Between the Lines
    4. Building Setbacks/Restrictions
    5. Physical Encumbrances and Encroachments
    6. Reviewing ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys
    7. Obtaining Prescriptive Easements and Adverse Possession Evidence
    8. Using Legal Descriptions to Establish Rights
    9. Winning Easement Discrepancies with Plat Maps
    10. Establishing Landowner Rights - Researching Complex Chain of Title In Easement Disputes
    11. Survey Issues and Their Impact on Title
    12. The Role of Title Companies in Road and Access Disputes
  4. TIPS FOR SETTLING LOCAL ACCESS/ROAD/EASEMENT DISPUTES
    2:15 - 3:15, Written by Nicole L. Voigt. Presented by Nicole L. Voigt in Princeton and Paul H. Schultz in Cherry Hill.
  5. QUIET TITLE ACTION FUNDAMENTALS
    3:15 - 4:30, Written and presented by Ryan Kennedy in Princeton and Cherry Hill.
    1. Grounds for a Quiet Title Action
    2. Identifying All Interested Parties
    3. Mechanics of a Quiet Title Action
    4. Defenses and Jurisdictional Challenges

Seminar Summary:

This full-day legal program is jam-packed with investigation and fact gathering tips, quiet title action fundamentals, eminent domain valuation tactics, methods for creating prescriptive easements and more. (see full course description)

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