Archive for March 2015

Advocate Article: The Belt and Suspenders Approach to Easement Cases

Published in the Idaho State Bar Advocate Magazine, Mar/Apr 2015 by Travis J. Sorenson When filing a case to enforce an easement, you should always use the belt and suspenders approach by pleading alternative theories. This article discusses the basic theories of easement law to provide options for attorneys who do not generally practice real property…

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Advocate Article: Trespass, Privacy, and Drones in Idaho: No Snooping Allowed!

Published in the Idaho State Bar Advocate Magazine, Mar/Apr 2015. by Arthur B. Macomber In Idaho, regardless of the lawful geographic position of the drone operator, Idaho law prohibits the flying of drones1 into properly posted private property airspace without permission of the title owner or possessor of that airspace.2 In Idaho, real property includes land3…

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