implied easement

Definition of "implied easement"
  1. A right to use a portion of property, without actual ownership, that is inferred from the circumstances or actions of the parties involved, rather than being expressly agreed upon or written into a contract
How to use "implied easement" in a sentence
  1. The lawsuit was related to an implied easement issue because the homeowner's driveway crossed over the neighbor's land.
  2. Implied easement came into consideration when the property was divided in such a way that a part of it wouldn't have access to the public road without crossing another part.
  3. Despite not having a written agreement, the farmer had an implied easement to use the path across the neighbor's field to access the water source.

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