2020 Georgia Code
Title 44 - Property
Chapter 10 - Historic Preservation
Article 1 - Uniform Conservation Easements
§ 44-10-4. Actions Affecting Easements; Parties; Power of Court to Modify or Terminate Easement
- An action affecting a conservation easement may be brought by:
- An owner of an interest in the real property burdened by the easement;
- A holder of the easement;
- A person having a third-party right of enforcement; or
- A person authorized by other law.
- The easement holder shall be a necessary party in any proceeding of or before any governmental agency which may result in a license, permit, or order for any demolition, alteration, or construction on the property.
- This article does not affect the power of a court to modify or terminate a conservation easement in accordance with the principles of law and equity.
(Code 1981, §44-10-4, enacted by Ga. L. 1992, p. 2227, § 1.)
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