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Easements Prescriptive Easements

No Prescriptive Easement Over Registered Beach Lots That Expanded By Accretion

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

In an important decision for owners of waterfront property, a divided Appeals Court panel has ruled in a case of first impression that where registered land expands by accretion, the owner need not return to court to...more

Real News - Spring 2015

by DLA Piper on

Welcome to Real News! I’m pleased to introduce to you DLA Piper’s quarterly guide to key developments in English and Welsh real estate law. In this quarter’s edition: - Mark Beardwood looks at service charge...more

No Dock At Access Easement

by Varnum LLP on

Last fall I discussed a decision of the Michigan Court of Appeals in Krantz v Terrill, in "Dock Permitted at Access Easement – No Good Deed Goes Unpunished." ...more

Prevailing Party Attorney Fee Award Is Granted Based On Successful Affirmative Defense Raised In Answer

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

In Windsor Pacific LLC v. Samwood Co. Inc., 2013 DJDAR 1292 (2013), the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District decided a novel attorney fee issue arising out of hotly contested litigation, pertaining to...more

No Prescriptive Right To Dock In Plat

by Varnum LLP on

In 1957 the Michigan Supreme Court observed that "as the Water Wonderland acquires more population it also acquires more litigation over water rights." Our population has increased, we have become more litigious, and plats...more

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