Utility Debt Dispute, Wildlife Preserve, and Other Country Real Estate Issues

In this installment of a country real estate feature, a land law expert responds to questions about resolving a utility debt dispute and financing a wildlife preserve.

The unspecified terms of a land sale agreement between sister and brother later resulted in a dispute with the brother's widow over payment of a utility debt.
Even paying for a better access road won't necessarily resolve an easement dispute if some people continue to use the old route.

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