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Property sale moots easement action (access required)

Where the circuit court found for appellee in an easement dispute, this appeal became moot when appellee sold his property. The circuit court’s judgment is vacated. Because the case is moot, neither side was the “substantially prevailing party on appeal.” As a result, each party “shall pay their own respective, incurred costs.” Overview The circuit court interpreted a ...