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North Carolina Termination of Easement

Use this form to release, terminate, extinquish a previously recorded document that involves access to and from a property.
Documents such as:
Easement Deeds or Agreements
Access Roads
Right of Ways
Utility Easements (Power, Gas, Water, Sewer, Etc.)
Drainage Easements
This document allows the owner of the land, burdened by the access and the party that benefits from the access, to sign an agreement releasing the property from such access, under the premises the benefiting party no longer needs access.

This is a two page form plus two additional exhibit pages, that can be used to meet a specific situation.
Formatted to meet North Carolina Recording Requirements.

Deeds.com North Carolina Termination of Easement Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday January 31, 2019

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January 3rd, 2019

Name: Pamela W.

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Reply from Staff on January 3rd, 2019

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February 1st, 2019

Name: Susan Z.

Review: Helpful website. Couldn't use the forms for my situation and area

Reply from Staff on February 1st, 2019

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January 25th, 2019

Name: Cathleen H.

Review: The pdf form is good; however, the input boxes merge into the line above so the text is hard to read when complete. I added a return before entering my data and this solved the problem.

Reply from Staff on January 25th, 2019

Thank you for your feedback Cathleen. We will have staff take a look at the document for issues with the text fields. Have a great day!


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North Carolina Termination of Easement Form