An easement can be registered on a Certificate of Title to provide certain rights to adjoining owners of land or to other third parties over the land in the easement. An easement may provide for rights such as the supply of water, or for the drainage of stormwater or sewerage, or for providing electricity supply by underground or overhead cable. A free and unrestricted right of way may be provided to an adjoining owner allowing them to have access to their land. A survey of the land is often required to determine the precise position of the easement in relation to the property boundaries. If an easement is to be created, our drafters prepare a Plan For Easement, delineating the position of the easement on the land and an annotation is shown on the plan indicating the purpose of the easement. We lodge the Plan For Easement at the Lands Titles Office, and a Conveyancer or Solicitor prepares documentation for the registration of the easement on the relevant Certificates of Title.