common easement

Definition of "common easement"
  1. A type of right to use another's property where the property owner also enjoys the benefits of this right, often termed as a nonexclusive easement
How to use "common easement" in a sentence
  1. The homeowner across the street granted a common easement to their neighbors, allowing both parties to use the driveway.
  2. A common easement was established to grant shared use of the hiking trail that crossed through several private lands.
  3. Despite having a common easement, the two parties involved had a dispute over the hours of use for the shared swimming pool.

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