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Code of Virginia

Virginia Solar Easements Act

§ 55-352. (Repealed effective October 1, 2019) Short title.

This chapter may be cited as the "Virginia Solar Easements Act."

1978, c. 323.

§ 55-353. (Repealed effective October 1, 2019) Creation of solar easements.

Any easement obtained for the purpose of exposure of solar energy equipment, facilities or devices shall be created in writing and shall be subject to the same conveyancing and instrument recording requirements as other easements.

1978, c. 323.

§ 55-354. (Repealed effective October 1, 2019) Contents of solar easement agreements.

Any instrument creating a solar easement shall include, but the contents shall not be limited to:

1. The vertical and horizontal angles, expressed in degrees, at which the solar easement extends over the real property subject to the solar easement.

2. Any terms or conditions or both under which the solar easement is granted or will be terminated.

3. Any provisions for compensation of the owner of the property subject to the solar easement.

1978, c. 323.

§ 55-355. through 55-359.


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