California courts have generally provided for equitable easements when the requirements for a prescriptive easement or adverse possession were not present. This article discusses a recent decision the court granted an equitable easement for future use where the access road had never been used by the people acquiring the easement, and how the court applied the three factors required to establish an equitable easement.
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