Put a Fence on an Easement?

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An easement is a piece of land that is owned by a landowner but used by a utility company in order to allow access to land locked utilities. The utility easement is in place usually long before the property is sold so the land owner knows there is an easement on their property. If the property owner builds a fence on or around the easement the utility company can move the fence at any time at the homeowners expense. The homeowner may provide a large gate in the fencing that will allow access to the land without having to ruin the fence.
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