Quick Answer: Is Right Of Way Public Property?

Is a right of way public property?

A right of way is an easement that allows another person to travel or pass through your land.

The most common form of public right of way is a road or path through your land in order to access a public area.

A private right of way is to allow a neighbor to cut through your property to make his access easier.

Who does a right of way belong to?

These misconceptions center on the issue of ownership. The general rule: As a general rule, a city or county right-of-way is an easement for public travel. (An easement is a privilege or a right, distinct from ownership, to use in some way the land of another.)

Easements. A private right of way is an easement, which is the right to use part of another’s property in a particular way even though they do not own it. The right must be recorded by deed and in the case of registered land, should be recorded on the Title Register for each property affected.

What is the difference between right of way and right of access?

right of access is a right to go onto someone else’s land to access specific parts of your own property only which are (typically) inaccessible from anywhere on your own land.