Property & Water RightsDisputes over land often involve technical legalities that require an extensive knowledge of the law and the court process. There are many misconceptions in the law about land use. For example, many people believe that land surveys automatically establish ownership, or can adjust previously recognized boundaries, or that easement and right of ways can be established by use alone without permission of the landowner.
Nate Jeppsen can provide advice guidance and legal options to landowners to correct and avoid these types of issues. Whether it is a boundary dispute, defective title problem, easement and right of way issues, or other issues affecting your land or water rights, our firm is committed to helping you protect your investment and permanently resolving the issues.
In the West the use and control of your water rights is essential to the value and use of your property. Utah has some of the most complicated water rights statutes in the West and you could even unknowing forfeit or lose water rights if don’t comply with certain use requirements. We can give you advice and representation to help ensure that your valuable rights are protected.
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