easement


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Synonyms for easement

(law) the privilege of using something that is not your own (as using another's land as a right of way to your own land)

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Alice sought for an easement of right of way from Valentine alleging that her property is isolated without her fault.
She even identified the portion of his lot where the easement is the 'point least prejudicial to the him'.
Hence, the burden of proof to show the existence of the requisites for the easement is imposed on the person who seeks the easement of right of way.
IRS Conservation Easement Contributions Publication 49
articles describing abusive easement donation transactions.
wildly exaggerated" easement appraisals, developers who
On March 2, 2017, the Supreme Court of Virginia addressed whether certain forestry operations violated a conservation easement.
In 2008, a predecessor to Mount Aldie, LLC, conveyed a conservation easement to the Land Trust of Virginia, Inc.
It argued that Mount Aldie violated the easement by proceeding within the riparian buffer to destroy the Indian Spring Trail "in order to construct some sort of road in its place.
qualified, experienced real estate firms to complete easement boundary and
UCPW will provide the contractor with the addresses of the properties for easement
The scope and terms of the easement can significantly influence both the easement value and any damages to the remainder property.
Public agencies commonly retain an appraiser and request the preparation of an appraisal without providing an actual easement document.
Practitioners with clients considering conservation easements or who are defending conservation easement cases must keep current with the influx of rulings and have a good understanding of how these rulings fit within the framework of [section]170(h).
In an effort to encourage preservation of the country's natural resources, Congress, in 1976, enacted legislation permitting a deduction for the contribution of a conservation easement.