What Is a Conservation Easement?


A conservation easement is an intended harmony that lets a landowner to limit the kind or amount of development on their asset, while retaining confidential ownership of the land. This easement is then signed by the landowner, who is the easement donor.
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The Land Trust alliance defines a conservation easement as "a legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust or government agency that permanently limits uses of the land
a conservation easement is an encumbrance—sometimes including a transfer of usage rights —which creates a legally enforceable land preservation agreement between a landowner
Various types of financial benefits are available with conservation easements. Easements may result in direct payments, tax relief, and reduction of estate taxes when passing land
Ms. Richter : It is a collaborative effort between the conservancy, the Department of Defense, and the Bureau of Land Management. The Nature Conservancy acts as kind of the broker
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