October 23, 2015 @ Metro Metro MTA 1 Gateway Plaza, MS 99-18-4 Los Angeles, CA 90012
An overview of the theory and rationale of easements as well as solutions on how to avoid future problems regarding easements. This course is designed for experienced right of way professionals who are in need of information on the theory and rationale of easements as to avoid future problems in the appraisal, acquisition and management of easements.
In this course, terminology and concepts are brought to life with examples and exercises. By gaining a thorough understanding of all relevant legal considerations, right of way professionals become better equipped to avoid future problems in the appraisal, acquisition and management of easements.
Types of easements
Rules of construction for easements construed against grantor, specific terms in grant
Creation of easements; express grants; express reservations by reference; implied grant by necessity, by condemnation, by prescription
Scope of use, exclusive vs. non-exclusive, division of dominant estate Maintenance and repair, obstructions
Location and width, blanket easements by necessity, relocation
Ralph C. Brown, SR/WA, has been in the right of way field for over 40 years. As a Senior Right of Way agent with Caltrans he was involved with negotiations and appraisals. He testified in court as an expert appraiser, prepared appraisals in anticipation of condemnation and supervised the preparation of narrative appraisal reports. For 16 years as a Staff V.P. with IRWA Mr. Brown managed the Association's education program. He developed courses, monitored outside course developers, conducted Instructor Certification Clinics, taught IRWA courses and presented seminars. Mr. Brown currently is an independent review appraiser specializing in partial take appraisals.
William Larsen, SR/WA 16030 Ventura Blvd, Suite 620 Encino, CA 91436 Phone: (818) 290-5428 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org