How do I resolve an easement dispute with my neighbor?

Easement disputes can be complex. Development Services is generally not involved in civil easement disputes. We recommend contacting a title company to conduct a full title search. You may also consider hiring a surveyor to physically locate and mark your property boundaries as reflected in your deed. In come cases, you may benefit from consulting an experienced real estate attorney to analyze your specific situation and help you better understand your rights. 

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21. How do I resolve an easement dispute with my neighbor?