Can you tell me the location of easements on or near my property?

Development Services does not maintain records of easements on individual lots that are not part of recorded subdivisions. Recorded subdivisions may have easement information listed as part of the recorded plat. However, even these may not be the most up-to-date. In most circumstances, we recommend contacting a surveyor, real estate attorney, or title company for a title report. Specifically, the Schedule B portion of a title report lists the encumbrances and exceptions, including easements, that affect a property, and will contain the most current and accurate information. 

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20. Can you tell me the location of easements on or near my property?
21. How do I resolve an easement dispute with my neighbor?