predial servitude

Definition of "predial servitude"
  1. A type of servitude that puts a burden on one piece of immovable property, such as a piece of land, for the benefit of another
How to use "predial servitude" in a sentence
  1. The lakefront property owner placed a predial servitude on his land, allowing the neighboring property owner to access the lake.
  2. A predial servitude was put in place to ensure the corner lot had access to the main road.
  3. In terms of predial servitude, the farm owner allowed the use of his private road to the neighbor.

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