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When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways and Adverse Possession 2022

Product ID: CA3353R2
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways, and Adverse Possession

Lawn and order

Property and boundary disputes can crop up almost anywhere and range from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Fences are common border markers, but they’re no guarantee against property wars between neighbors. Whether land disagreements make up your entire practice or just a portion, you’ll benefit from the invaluable advice you’ll receive at When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways, and Adverse Possession.

You’ll cover everything you need to know about private easements, including:

  • Easements by grant, implication, necessity, and estoppel
  • Rights conferred by easements
  • Duties associated with easements
  • Issues surrounding joint driveways

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Pricing

Member $139.00

Non-Member $189.00

Credits

2 CLE

Date and Time

Monday, September 26, 202211:00 AM - 12:40 PM CT

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When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways, and Adverse Possession

Lawn and order

Property and boundary disputes can crop up almost anywhere and range from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Fences are common border markers, but they’re no guarantee against property wars between neighbors. Whether land disagreements make up your entire practice or just a portion, you’ll benefit from the invaluable advice you’ll receive at When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways, and Adverse Possession.

You’ll cover everything you need to know about private easements, including:

  • Easements by grant, implication, necessity, and estoppel
  • Rights conferred by easements
  • Duties associated with easements
  • Issues surrounding joint driveways

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When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways, and Adverse Possession

Lawn and order

Property and boundary disputes can crop up almost anywhere and range from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Fences are common border markers, but they’re no guarantee against property wars between neighbors. Whether land disagreements make up your entire practice or just a portion, you’ll benefit from the invaluable advice you’ll receive at When Good Fences Aren’t Enough: Easements, Joint Driveways, and Adverse Possession.

You’ll cover everything you need to know about private easements, including:

  • Easements by grant, implication, necessity, and estoppel
  • Rights conferred by easements
  • Duties associated with easements
  • Issues surrounding joint driveways

Read More ↓

About the presenters:

Teresa K. Kobelt is an attorney with Bartelt Grob, S.C., in Middleton. Her practice encompasses a mix of civil litigation and transactional work, including entity formation, shareholder (buy/sell) and operating agreements, partner/shareholder buyouts, M&A, franchise offerings, leases, real estate, trademarks, and general business advising. Ms. Kobelt obtained her B.A. from UW-Madison, and her J.D. from the U.W. School of Law. She is member and past chair of the State Bar CLE Committee, past member of the finance committee, past president of the Dane County Bar Association, and a member of the James E. Doyle Inn of Court. When not chained to her desk, she can often be seen on her bicycle in and around the hills of Dane County.

Jessica J. Shrestha is an attorney with Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. in Madison. She concentrates her practice on real property law, representation of electric cooperatives and business transactions. Jessica's work includes representing property owners in boundary disputes and adverse possession matters, resolving title issues, working on easement and right-of-way transactions, assisting clients with environmental regulatory issues, and advising electric cooperatives on a variety of matters including governance, finance and right-of-way. Jessica has written extensively on the law of adverse possession in Wisconsin and has been actively involved with legislation on the topic. She is a frequent presenter on real property law matters including boundaries and utility easements, and on issues relating to electric cooperative management and governance.

How you’ll benefit:

  • Differentiate between the types of easements and the characteristics of each
  • Understand the elements of adverse possession and prescriptive easements
  • Discover tools for avoiding and resolving boundary disputes

Who should attend:

  • Agricultural lawyers
  • Construction lawyers
  • Environmental lawyers
  • General practitioners
  • Indian Law practitioners
  • Municipal & local government lawyers
  • Public Utilities attorneys
  • Real estate/real property lawyers
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