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Easement Valuations: Common Pitfalls and Principles

Understand the valuation principles and pitfalls of easements.

The valuation of easements is an integral part of effectuating right of way acquisition for linear projects. Easement valuation requires more than a simple assessment of the market value of land. This topic will help lawyers, right of way agents, land acquisition personnel and other persons responsible for the preparation, negotiation, execution and use of easements better understand how easements are valued and the common pitfalls and principles associated with valuing each class of easements. The speaker will provide you with an overview of the variations and distinctions in valuation for each type of easement.

Runtime: 91 minutes
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Agenda

Classes of Easements

  • Subsurface
  • Surface
  • Overhead

Important Questions to Address

  • Proposed Use
  • Easement Location
  • Type of Construction (Open Cut vs. Boring)
  • Effect of Easement on Use/Utility of Property

Valuation Principles and Methodologies of Certain Easements and Potential Pitfalls

  • Permanent Easements
  • Temporary or Temporary Construction Easements
  • Conservation Easements
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Alaina King Benford

Alaina King Benford

Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

  • Energy and Infrastructure Partner in the Houston office of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
  • Has represented international energy companies, governmental and land owners in more than 100 eminent domain and condemnation matters in all phases of condemnation including trial and appeal
  • Has advocated for clients at more than 35 three-panel special commissioners evidentiary hearings
  • Part of a small group of lawyers in Texas who specialize in representing condemning entities involved in acquiring easements, property and rights-of-way for large projects involving pipelines, water pipelines, transportation projects such as light rail, utilities, drainage systems and levees
  • Frequent speaker on eminent domain and condemnation law, the right to take and easement construction and negotiation
  • Member of the International Right of Way Association, American Bar Association, Litigation Counsel of America, State Bar of Texas
  • Can be contacted at (713) 651-3666 or [email protected]
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Published 2017
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