As a commercial landlord, you likely manage a variety of tenant issues on a daily basis. Under Missouri law, what powers do you have to enforce your rights?
If you own or plan to own real estate, you may be wondering how easements may affect your property in the future. An easement, otherwise known as a right of way, is a right granted to an individual (the holder) to use property not owned by the holder. However, the holder of an easement does not have the right to possess or exclude others from the land.
When it comes to making a will, most parents want to ensure that all children are treated equally. So how does this equal division actually occur?
Easements affect the property rights of many real property owners, and easements grant to the holder a right to use land owned by another.