- Same as easement appurtenant. See affirmative easement; apparent easement; continuous easement; discontinuous easement; dominant tenement; license; lost grant; necessary easement; negative easement; praedial servitude; praedium dominans; praedium serviens; prescriptive easement; public easement; quasi easement; secondary easement; servient tenement; urban easements; way of necessity.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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easement — A right of use over the property of another. Traditionally the permitted kinds of uses were limited, the most important being rights of way and rights concerning flowing waters. The easement was normally for the benefit of adjoining lands, no… … Black's law dictionary
primary easement — An easement to which a secondary easement is appendant, as an easement in a ditch attached to which there is a secondary easement of access over the servient premises for the purpose of cleaning out and repairing the ditch. Carson v Gentner, 33… … Ballentine's law dictionary
in gross — In a large quantity or sum; without deduction, division, or particulars; by wholesale. At large, in one sum; not annexed to or dependent upon another thing. Common in gross is such as is neither appendant nor appurtenant to land, but is annexed… … Black's law dictionary
appurtenance — ap·pur·te·nance /ə pərt ən əns/ n [Anglo French apurtenance, alteration of Old French apartenance, from apartenant appurtenant]: property (as an outbuilding or fixture) or a property right (as a right of way) that is incidental to a principal… … Law dictionary
appurtenance — /apartanans/ That which belongs to something else; an adjunct; an appendage. Something annexed to another thing more worthy as principal, and which passes as incident to it, as a right of way or other easement to land; an outhouse, barn, garden,… … Black's law dictionary