The Amarillo Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion in Gordon v. Demmon, a case involving access to landlocked property. This is an issue more common in Texas than one might realize, so I always find court opinions instructive and a good reminder to landowners about some key considerations when dealing with access to property. Background In 1971, the Gordons purchased a 6 acre tract of land in Bell County, which was severed from a larger tract owned by the Bremsers. The Gordon’s property is landlocked, but since 1971,... Read More →
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