easement appurtenant

Definition of "easement appurtenant"
  1. A kind of easement that offers benefits to one property, known as the dominant estate, while imposing burdens on another, referred to as the servient estate
How to use "easement appurtenant" in a sentence
  1. The right of way granted to the owner of the holiday cabin through the neighboring property is an example of an easement appurtenant.
  2. The easement appurtenant allows John to access the public street by crossing through a section of his neighbor's backyard.
  3. To build a driveway to her home, Beth needed an easement appurtenant from her neighbor, whose property lay in the path of the proposed driveway.

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