Easement is the right to a specific use of (usually right to travel over) land owned by another party. Land being traveled over is the servient estate and land that is benefited, which is the dominant estate. An easement appurtenant is a property interest belonging to the owner of the dominant estate and is transferred with the land. An easement in gross is a personal right that is usually not transferable by its owner.

Definition of Easement

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