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Appurtenances

TermDefinition
Appurtenances Conveyed when ownership is transferred
Easement Appurtenant Benefits neighboring property. Ingress and Egress Runs with the land. Gift,sale,inheritance
Dominate Estate ( tenement) The property that benefits from the easement
Dominant Tenant The owner of the dominant Estate
Servient Estate ( tenement) The property that is subject to the easement and encumbered by it
Servient Tenant The owner of the servient Estate
Grant A written document that specifically grants an easement to another person
Easement by Reservation May transfer ownership , but with hold a certain protion.
Easement by Necessity Court ordered for the benefit of the landlocked property
Government Condemnation Easement obtained by government, for public use.
Easement by Perscription Trespassing,continue for 15 yrs,open and continuous
Termination of Easement Merger,release,necessity no longer exists, lack of use
Encumbrance Liens, mortgages, taxes, leases, easement, judgments, deed restrictions
Public Notice Recording of a deed or land contract at register of deeds
Actual Notice Owner will be required to present evidence such as deed or land contract.
Brokerage Fee Any amount of commission that is agreeable between the broker and the Principal
Created by: Jgjg