Wssc Private Easement Agreement

For easements and private requirements, refer to the following forms: The Land Services Department provides surveying tasks as well as delimitation, topography, construction and final survey functions, as well as real estate acquisition functions. Land Services also handles the preparation and review of documents, the negotiation of compensation, the processing and registration of agreements, easements and liens, and fees for simple land transfers. Gordon Brown 301-206-8796 Please email your AutoCAD DWG file to Make sure you have your WSSC Water Project Manager CC and enter your contract number in the subject line. For easements to be granted to WSSC Water, please use the following forms: Paul Gray Property Acquisition Specialist 301-206-8781 Barbara Dillman Land Services Section Manager 301-206-8785 Tom Mayers 301-206-8797 For easements and private requirements, for example between owners, see the Properties section below. Terry Blomquist Right of Way Review 301-206-8671 DISCLAIMER: These forms are for information purposes only. WSSC Water does not intend these forms to be suitable for all situations. WSSC Water does not warrant that these forms are free of errors or omissions, nor does WSSC Water warrant that these forms will conform to any particular standard. The provision of these forms does not constitute legal advice from WSSC Water to the applicant and should not be considered fair to the law, which does not create a relationship with the customer. WSSC Water advises all applicants to consult a lawyer for their protection before executing these documents.

If you plan to submit a right-of-way kit (also known as an easement kit), please read these important guidelines for preparing and submitting easements. Note: The Land Services CADReview submission is a separate submission that has different requirements than the Development Services Division for approval. Submissions to Land Services must follow the instructions and examples above, while submissions to DSD must comply with the DSD Design Standards/WSSC 2020 Civil Drafting Standards. All sketches must have a unique number before being submitted and verified. To request a sketch number, please email Terry Blomquist or Barbara Dillman with your needs. Warning: The spatial location of vertical control stations should only be considered schematic. Use the location of the control station as an idea of the vertical checkpoints near your survey, write down those control stations, and then contact Tom Mayers to get digital copies of the actual control charts. .