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Buyer Warned of ‘Landlocked’ Property Has No Easement (access required)

A real estate broker who was advised that the 78-acre parcel he purchased in Culpeper County might be landlocked and that an appraisal said an access easement would need to be acquired, loses his appeal claiming that a pre-Revolutionary era roadbed on the property gave him a legal right of access, in this decision from ...

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