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    Default Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

    My question involves real estate located in the State of: Missouri

    Easement runs in front of my house people driving to fast and unsafe
    What can I do speed bumps?

    Can I put in gates? Cattle guards? Speed bumps?

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    Default Re: Easement

    Are you the servient tenant (that’s the person who owns the land the easement runs across)?

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

    Yes.

    The people using the easement is not the people that legally have the easement

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    Are you the servient tenant (that’s the person who owns the land the easement runs across)?
    yes

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

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    Yes.

    The people using the easement is not the people that legally have the easement
    If that is the case you should ask the dominant tenant if he minds if you put in speed bumps. And you might want to get some licence plate numbers and report them for trespassing.

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

    Why are these people using the easement if they are not the dominant tenant?

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

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    The people using the easement is not the people that legally have the easement
    Let's not complicate a simple problem. People using the easement are not dominant estates. It doesn't matter what the language is. It is that simple.

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

    As long as you're sure.

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

    I can only go by what OP has posted. If persons are using the easement where they were not granted the non-possessory right to use it, then they are trespassers.

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

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    If that is the case you should ask the dominant tenant if he minds if you put in speed bumps. And you might want to get some licence plate numbers and report them for trespassing.
    The people who has the legal easement said that I could put them in

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    Why are these people using the easement if they are not the dominant tenant?
    They are nother land locked. .they just didn't want to put a driveway in when they can use someone else. .

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    Default Re: Can You Place Speed Bumps on an Easement

    Sounds like trespassing to me. And if you don't stop them from using it they may be able to go to court and get one.

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