Hays County Roads & Infrastructure:
Braun & Gresham’s Free Webinar for Hays County Property Owners
Property owners of Hays County are invited to join Braun & Gresham Attorneys Patrick L. Reznik and Carly Barton to learn about road and infrastructure improvements planned for Hays County. Patrick and Carly will share the Hays County Master Transportation Plan published in 2021, explain what this means for impacted property owners and real estate values, and what to do if you are facing condemnation.
Transmission Lines and the Texas Power Grid:
“‘These are our homes. This is our land.’ How Texas power regulators must balance landowner rights and public benefit”
After the February 2021 winter storm, the Texas power grid and access to reliable power is an issue of interest for many landowners, lawmakers, and industry professionals. Our own attorneys, Patrick L. Reznik and Carly Barton, met with Austin KVUE Reporter, Erica Proffer, to address what it will take to build reliable infrastructure…
Property Access & Easements:
True or false? A property can be landlocked in Texas. Unfortunately, this is true and can be a challenge for landowners to deal with without knowledgeable counsel. At Braun & Gresham, we can advise you on implied easements and how to access your property when you don’t have written easement. Give us a call at (512) 894-5426 or email [email protected].
– Carly Barton, Attorney & Counselor
Case Offers Reminder: Property Can Be Landlocked in Texas
A recent Waco Court of Appeals decision in Fort Worth & Western Railroad Co. v. Albert offers an important reminder that property can, indeed, be landlocked in Texas. In April 2016, Albert purchased 10 acres of land in Johnson County, Texas to build and operate a cement mixing plant…
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