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Absence of easement  

May 21 2021 By Mitch Cookney



An easement is a right which one person has over the land of another. Absence of easement insurance provides cover where there is an absence of a legal right to use the access and/or services serving the property in the event that the owner of the access and/or services prevents the insured from using them. 

A common example of an easement is a right of way. For instance, a landowner may need to pass (with or without vehicles) over land belonging to a third party to reach their property. When purchasing such land to develop, consideration for an absence of easement policy is often recommended by a solicitor. 

We can work with you to make sure that all your development insurance needs are covered. 

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