non-apparent easement

non-apparent easement
A non-continuous or discontinuous easement.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • non-apparent easement — A non continuous or discontinuous easement. See easement …   Black's law dictionary

  • non-continuous easement — Continuous easement is one which may be enjoyed without any act by party claiming it, while noncontinuous easement, such as right of way, is one to enjoyment of which party s act is essential. A non apparent or discontinuous easement. See… …   Black's law dictionary

  • non-continuous easement — Continuous easement is one which may be enjoyed without any act by party claiming it, while noncontinuous easement, such as right of way, is one to enjoyment of which party s act is essential. A non apparent or discontinuous easement. See… …   Black's law dictionary

  • easement — ease·ment / ēz mənt/ n [Anglo French esement, literally, benefit, convenience, from Old French aisement, from aisier to ease, assist]: an interest in land owned by another that entitles its holder to a specific limited use or enjoyment (as the… …   Law dictionary

  • apparent — ap·par·ent adj 1: capable of being easily seen, perceived, or discovered apparent defects apparent ambiguity 2: having a right to succeed to a title or estate that cannot be defeated 3: appearing to one s senses and esp. one s vision or to one s… …   Law dictionary

  • 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

  • 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

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