Arkansas Land

How to Navigate Parcel Access in Arkansas

Arkansas law provides a way for owners of landlocked parcels to petition for an easement through another party's property to access their landlocked property. The requirements are set forth by § 27-66-401 et seq., and state that you must give the owner notice (including the amount of payment the owner offers for the road), and then filing a petition with the clerk of court in the county in which the...

Questions to Ask Before Purchasing Rural Land in Arkansas Online

Buying rural land in Arkansas is easier than other real estate purchases. However, there are some things you need to know and look for when getting ready to buy land. Be sure to ask these 10 questions before moving forward with any land transaction, they will cover what you need to know about buying land and things to look for before you buy!  1. What is the Chain of Title? In other words, do...

In Arkansas, what is a rural land lot purchase agreement?

A Purchase and Sales Agreement or PSA, (aka Purchase agreement or Buy and Sell Agreement) is a legal and binding contract between a buyer and seller for the purchase and sale of real property. It provides protection for both parties, specifies the rights and responsibilities of each, and sets proper expectations for everyone involved in the...

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