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Showing 3 posts from January 2014.

Is the Bluegrass Pipeline Selling Pipe Dreams to KY Landowners?

Are you a Kentucky landowner in the path of the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline? If so, you need to read this before agreeing to allow the pipeline on your land. Residents in thirteen counties will be affected by the proposed pipeline and a lot is at stake. As a landowner, you need to understand your legal rights and the potential risks associated with the pipeline so you can make an informed decision as to whether or not you are going to allow the pipeline on YOUR property. More >

Boilerplate Language May Brew Trouble

As a real estate attorney, I am frequently asked by clients to provide a “general form” with boilerplate language that can be used for a lease or contract, whether it be for a commercial or residential property. Alternatively, clients turn to the Internet for one of these one-size-fits-all forms. I cannot fault clients for their desire to have a form that can be used in all situations, but the truth is that no such handy-dandy form exists. If it did, the job of a real estate attorney would be much easier! More >

A Gift That Lasts a Lifetime - And Beyond

With the holiday season in full swing, many are trying to find that "perfect gift" for a loved one. If you are lucky enough to own a piece of land in this beautiful Commonwealth, let me offer a suggestion. This gift cannot be wrapped in a bow or placed under the tree, but it will provide perpetual enjoyment while also providing unique benefits to you, the grantor. This gift is a conservation easement. More >

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