Pleak v. Entrada Property Owners' Ass'n
In Pleak v. Entrada Property Owners' Ass'n, 207 Ariz. 418, 421, P8, 87 P.3d 831, 834 (2004), owners of the servient estate burdened by an easement argued that an offer to dedicate a roadway and utility easement for public use could not be accepted by the general public absent use by the general public. Id. at 424, P22, 87 P.3d at 837.
The supreme court disagreed, holding that the principles applicable to common law dedications of parks apply to common law dedications of roadway easements. Id. at 424, 425, PP23, 26, 87 P.3d at 837, 838.
Thus, a "sale of lots referencing a recorded plat containing the dedication constitutes an 'immediate and irrevocable' dedication." Id. at 424, P23, 87 P.3d at 837.