Homeowners Association Found to Have Equitable Easement Despite Lack of Recorded Document

Sumner Hill is a homeowners association in a gated community in Madera County. The Sumner Hill residents historically enjoyed access to a private road that leads to the nearby San Joaquin River. That access was jeopardized when a portion of the Sumner Hill property was sold to an outside developer. The developer first sought to obtain public access to the river through the Sumner Hill development, and once denied, installed a fence which restricted access to the river by the Sumner Hill residents. Read More……


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