easement in gross

Definition of "easement in gross"
  1. A kind of easement that is considered a personal privilege for the holder to use another person's property but isn't tied to the ownership of a specific property
How to use "easement in gross" in a sentence
  1. The neighbor has an easement in gross to access the shed located at the back of Jane's property.
  2. Due to an easement in gross, the cable company has the right to install cables through the property owner's land.
  3. An easement in gross may allow for an individual to fish in the lake located within a private property.

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