Appurtenant definition

Appurtenant means adjacent to, adjoining or enjoyed with;
Appurtenant means adjacent to, adjoining or enjoyed with.
Appurtenant means an addition to, an adjunct of, or attached to a more important thing and passing with it upon sale, transfer, or conveyance.

Examples of Appurtenant in a sentence

  • Add standard or generic benefits and burdens with specific wording as follows: Benefit statement - Together with the Common Interest Appurtenant Thereto; Burden statement - Subject to the Declaration and By-Laws of HCCC No..Example of a (fictitious) description: Level 2, Unit 4, Suite 204, in the Condominium administered by Halifax County Condominium Corporation No. 186.

  • Together with the Common Interest Appurtenant Thereto; Subject to the Declaration and By-Laws of HCCC No. 186.Note the use of “HCCC” after “Subject to” on the last line instead of the spelled out form.


More Definitions of Appurtenant

Appurtenant means auxiliary or accessory to the main use.
Appurtenant means that the rights or obligations of a servitude are tied to ownership or occupancy of a particular unit or parcel of land.” Gojmerac v. Mahn, 2002 WI App 22, ¶18, 250 Wis. 2d 1, 640 N.W.2d 178. The circuit court found that the lake access easement in this case is an appurtenant easement, and Kucharski does not challenge that finding on appeal.
Appurtenant means that the rights or obligations of a servitude are tied to ownership or occupancy of a particular unit or parcel of land." Gojmerac, 250 Wis. 2d 1, ¶18 (citing Restatement (Third) of Prop.: Servitudes § 1.5, at 30 (2000)). "An appurtenant easement creates two distinct property interests: the dominant estate . . . and the servient estate." Id., ¶19. The dominant estate is the estate that "enjoys the privileges granted by an easement," and the servient estate is that estate upon which the privileges are exercised. Id. (citing Atkinson v. Mentzel, 211 Wis. 2d 628, 637, 566 N.W.2d
Appurtenant means belonging to or associated with lot ownership. A right or privilege granted with lot ownership, such as Membership as defined in the Governing Documents. Also, in law, buildings, improvements and rights belonging to a house or lot, such as outbuildings, landscaping or easements.
Appurtenant means belonging to, accessory or incident to, adjunct, appended, or annexed to.
Appurtenant means usually enjoyed with or occupied with land; lands not attached to the building are not taxable under this section. The wordsbuildings’ and ‘house property’ are not defined in the Act and have to be understood in the same sense and in ordinary dictionary meaningCIT Vs. Kanhaiyalal Mimani & Others.
Appurtenant means that the rights or obligations of a servitude are tied to ownership or occupancy of a particular unit or parcel of land. The right to enjoyment of an easement or profit, or to receive the performance of a covenant that can be held only by the owner or occupier of a particular unit or parcel, is an appurtenant benefit. A burden that obligates the owner or occupier of a particular unit or parcel in that person’s capacity as owner or occupier is an appurtenant burden.