apparent servitude

Definition of "apparent servitude"
  1. It refers to a type of servitude that is visibly noticeable due to physical signs or structures, such as a road or an aqueduct, present on the property
How to use "apparent servitude" in a sentence
  1. To build a road through their field, the Johnsons had to grant an apparent servitude to the city.
  2. The existence of an aqueduct on the property is evidence of an apparent servitude.
  3. The apparent servitude on the property was evident because of the visible road.

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