My question involves an easement in the state of: Alabama
I am attempting to purchase a tract of land in the state of Alabama that is landlocked. When I first entered into this purchase contract, a survey was not available and by all thoughts the property had road frontage. Upon completion of the survey, it was identified that there is indeed not road frontage, there are 3 very small triangles blocking road access to the property. I have contacted each other the owners of these 3 triangles (neighbors) and they all refuse to grant me an easement onto the property.
My question is, in the state of Alabama can an individual be forced to grant an easement due to necessity? It seems hardly fair for the landowner whose husband has passed away and is attempting to sell the property, that she will not be able to sell the land due to neighbors that do not want to purchase the land but are preventing anyone else from purchasing it as well