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Property 2 - 2011

Spring 2011 Property

QuestionAnswer
Easement Definition non-possessory interest in land which entitles the owner to make limited use of another's land or to restrict such other's use of his land.
Affirmative Easement easement that entitles the owner of the easement to use the land of another in a way which, but for the easement, he would not be privileged to do.
Negative Easement an easement which enables the owner of the easement to prevent the landowner would have a right to do.
Appurtenant when an easement is created to benefit the possessor of neighboring land in his use of such land. (typical examples - walkways, driveways, utility lines...)
Easement in Gross an easement which is created to benefit the owner in his personal capacity and not in connection with his possession of a dominate estate.
License a privilege to make some limited use of the land of another.
Servient Estate when an easement appurtenant exists, the land bearing the burden of easement.
Dominant Estate when an easement appurtenant exists, the land receiving the benefit of the easement.
Prescriptive Easement an easement acquired by adverse possession.
Created by: aajohn64