Ronald Francis` law firms also represent landowners who must immediately terminate the neighbouring owner, who has not obtained a licence or has not taken all necessary protective measures, to carry out or continue construction work on his land or work that could affect his property. Ronald Francis` law firms can negotiate, design, revise and amend a licensing and access agreement so that the interests of the landowner are protected by law. In the event that a licensing and access agreement cannot be reached by mutual agreement, counsel Ronald Francis may apply, on an expedited basis, for a judicial licence for temporary access to adjacent land, pursuant to Section 881 of the New York RPAPL. Lawyer Ronald Francis, with more than 30 years of experience in construction law, represents property owners in the negotiation and development of licensing and access contracts. It has a great understanding of the conflicting interests of any landowner, such as the right of the developing owner to build a new building or renovate an existing building, and the right of the neighbouring owner to move smoothly without disruption or damage. Before entering the neighbouring land, the owner, developer or owner must first obtain a temporary licence for access to the land, either by the neighbouring owner or by a court, in accordance with section 881 of the Real Estate and Procedure Act (“RPAPL”). However, illegal entry into neighbouring land to carry out such work would constitute an illegal offence, even if it were carried out only to meet the legal safety requirements.

Access Agreement For Adjoining Property Template
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