Pave Pedestrian Access Liability

I have a Paved Pedestrian Access on my property to a county green space. The county is now developing this green space into a park. I am concerned about the increase of foot traffic, vandalism and liability of someone being hurt on my property. The other three entrances into the developing park are owned by the county. Are my liabilities increased or is the County liable?

Asked on July 1, 2009 under Real Estate Law, Washington

Answers:

Bill Budigan / Budigan Law Firm

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

You need to look at the recorded Easement Documents to see terms of agreements with the County and your liability for the easement use. Feel free to call me at (206)-284-5305. - Bill Budigan lawyer and licenssed real estate agent


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