The County Road Quagmire: How to Establish the Existence of a County Road and Other Ingress, Egress Conundrums
By Sharon Foster · October 11, 2008 · 2008 Ark. L. Notes
In categories: Property Law
A client walks into your office with a typical land dispute: an adjoining landowner is blocking or threatening to block access to your client’s land. Perhaps a gate is put up across a road, or arguments arise during your client’s attempt to maintain the access road. No problem exists if there is a warranty deed with an easement recorded. But if not, you must begin to investigate the nature of the road your client has been using to access his home.