Chicago, IL Easements Attorneys

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Chicago, IL Easements Attorneys

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  • Robert Charles Bailey
  • Member at Bailey Borlack Nadelhoffer LLC
  • Chicago, IL U.S.A.
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  • Stephen L. Tyma
  • Member at Stephen L. Tyma, P.C.
  • Chicago, IL U.S.A.
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  • Randall A. Wolff
  • Member at Randall A. Wolff & Associates, Ltd.
  • Chicago, IL U.S.A.
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  • Richard William Rappold
  • Principal at Law Office of Richard W. Rappold
  • Chicago, IL U.S.A.
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  • David H. Locks
  • Attorney at Law Offices of David H. Locks
  • Chicago, IL U.S.A.
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Easements in Chicago, IL

An easement is the legal right to use another person or company's property for a particular purpose. For example, the utility company might have an easement to run electrical cables across your property. A right-of-way easement allows someone to cross your property to access their own property. However, easements don't end simply because land changes hands. As a property owner, a real estate attorney who has easement experience can help you obtain an easement or terminate an existing easement.