Easement Law In New York (2014)
3.5 Total MCLE Credits
This course provides an overview of the types of easements recognized in New York and the requisite elements necessary to establish each type as well as how to distinguish easements from licenses or other interests in real property. This course also overviews the methods by which easements can be used, maintained, relocated, transferred or extinguished pursuant to New York State Law.
Topics addressed include: the creation of express easements by reservation or by grant, permanent easements, temporary easements, easements in gross, implied easements, paper street easements and prescriptive easements as well as maintenance, repair and improvements to easements, obstruction and interference with easements, and the extinguishment of easements by adverse possession, conveyance, condemnation, or abandonment.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Laura E. Ayers, Esq., was admitted to the New York State Bar in January of 2004 and the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York in March of 2004. Laura has handled property cases in 26 of the 62 Counties of the State of New York. She is an active member of the New York State Bar Association’s Environmental Law Section and Real Property Law Section. Laura is also a member of the Schoharie County Chamber of Commerce. Laura received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1997 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Laura majored in Biochemistry/Biophysics with a concentration in Literature. In 2000 she enrolled at Albany Law School of Union University where she received her Juris Doctor degree in 2003.
Total Credits: 3.50 | Areas of Professional Practice: 3.50
- May 28, 2014
- Online On-Demand