What happens to my document when it is presented for recording? ... At most office supply, title company or attorney's office. ... This should list all easements of record that affect your property. ... is complete, and the proper fees have been paid, we will accept your document and make it a matter of permanent public record.
Real property is defined as: land and improvements permanently attached to the land. ... building codes, and sanitary regulations are all examples of use of the police powers of government. ... mortgages; liens and judgment; leases; easements ... rights of other co-owners of a property, such as community property rights.
A. A county, at the request of a property owner, may abandon a federal patent ... of all affected utilities, is not being used by the public or is no longer necessary.
Case opinion for AZ Court of Appeals BERNAL v. ... United Bank of Arizona v. ... Bernal's property is bounded on the east by the north-south trending Cedar Drive. ... although Pinal County accepted all such reserved easements by resolution of ... federal land “for residence, recreation, business, or community site purposes.
This chapter shall be known and cited as the Pinal County minor land division ordinance. ... any of which is 10 acres or smaller in size, does not constitute a subdivision ... A. The provisions of this chapter apply to all land divisions of five or fewer ... E. Reserve utility easements of not less than eight feet in width to serve each ...