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Properly acquiring or recording easements for utility lines provides a property owner notice of their existence and gives the municipality a legal right to the use and maintenance of the easement. Simpson discusses the legal issues that unrecorded utility easements raise for North Carolina cities.
Bulletin No. 114, August 2007 included coverage of legal issues that unrecorded utility easements raise for North Carolina cities. This bulletin responds to suggestions made by local government attorneys concerning this issue.