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Real Property: Prescriptive Easement-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where appellant challenged the grant of a prescriptive easement for its property to respondent for ingress and egress, the evidence was sufficient to support the judgment even though the respondent had previously sought an easement from the appellant, and the judgment is affirmed regarding the claim that it lacked certainty about the location of the easement because the appellant waived that claim by not raising it earlier.

Judgment is affirmed.

Southside Ventures LLC v. La Crosse Lumber Co. (MLW No. 73188/Case No. WD81668 – 23 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Mitchell, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Boone County, Harris, J. (David G. Brown, Columbia, for respondent) (Ryan J. McDaniels, Jefferson City, for appellant).