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E Easement

A right created by grant, reservation, agreement, prescription, or necessary implication, which one has in the land of another. It is either for the benefit of land (appurtenant), such as right to cross A to get to B. or "in gross," such as a public utility easement.



E Easement

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Easement of Necessity

Easement of Necessity

An easement granted by a court when itis determined that said easement is absolutely necessary for the use and enjoyment of the land. Commonly given to landlocked parcels.


Prescriptive Easement

Prescriptive Easement

The granting of an easement by a court, based on the presumption that a written easement was given (although none existed), after a period of open and continuous use of land.


Avigation Easement

Avigation Easement

An easement over private property abut-ting an airport runway, which limits the height of crops, trees, structures. etc., in the aircraft's take off and landing path.




 
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