At issue in the case was whether an easement by implication was created which burdened property owners' land, by virtue of a reference in a neighboring property owner's deed to a recorded plat that depicted a right-of-way which had never been improved, was not part of the County inventory of roads, and had been abandoned by the County.
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Residential Real Estate Updates
Appellate Brief |
State, 4th Circuit, Maryland |
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