Property owners and others can contractually agree to provide or gain access across parcels using contracts which are not recorded and do not run with the land. These written agreements can function much like an easement but do not attach to the subservient estate or otherwise remain in place after a prescribed duration. Sometimes these contracts are referred to as licensing agreements or real property license agreements. Similarly, shared well agreements and joint use agreements, function in a manner to allow others to utilize some benefit of another’s land. The attorneys at Orr McDonnell Law, PLLC have extensive experience preparing, analyzing, and litigating these types of agreements. assist.