What Is an Easement Deed?

A Florida Easement Deed is an easement granted by the property owner to a third party. This gives that party a legal right to use or have access to your land.

There are many reasons why someone would want to grant an easement to another person, such as:

  • Accessing a driveway

  • Providing Ingress and egress from property to property

  • Farming land

  • Providing access to bodies of water

The type of easement deed you will need depends on the type of access you are wishing to convey to the other party.

Not all easement deeds are the same, making an error on an easement deed can depreciate your property’s value, make it difficult to sell your property in the future, or can lead to legal disputes with neighboring properties.

  • Published: Feb 22, 2024
  • Updated: Dec 8, 2023

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