Today we will wrap up our coverage of easements, and focus on whether easements in gross are assignable, what the scopes of easements are, and whether easements can be terminated. The lecture notes are here.
Here is a map of the property in Miller v. Lutheran Conference & Camp Association.
You can find out more about the property, which still operates as a club here, here, and here. Here are some old pictures of people wearing boating–but not bathing–at Lake Naomi.
Here are some maps from Brown v. Voss, a case that took place on the Hood Canal (same place as Howard v. Kunto)–courtesy of the Dukeminier & Krier site..
Should an easement for a railroad cover an easement for a public trial? Here is a recent article about the Rails to Trails program. And for a different view from Mother Jones. The Supreme Court decided a Rails to Trails case.
Here is the map of the property at issue in the Presault case.
Here is the trail around Lake Champlaign. The Presualt’s home is on the right (Courtesy of Dukeminier & Krier):
A related question: What does this sign mean? What exactly is not allowed in the park?