Easement definition

Easement means an acquired legal right for the specific use of land owned by others.
Easement shall includeservitude”; (p) “priority” shall include “prior claim”; (q) “survey” shall include “certificate of location and plan”; (r) “state” shall include “province”; (s) “fee simple title” shall include “absolute ownership”; (t) “accounts” shall include “claims”. The parties hereto confirm that it is their wish that this Agreement and any other document executed in connection with the transactions contemplated herein be drawn up in the English language only and that all other documents contemplated thereunder or relating thereto, including notices, may also be drawn up in the English language only. Les parties aux présentes confirment que c’est leur volonté que cette convention et les autres documents de crédit soient rédigés en langue anglaise seulement et que tous les documents, y compris tous avis, envisagés par cette convention et les autres documents peuvent être rédigés en langue anglaise seulement.
Easement means an acquired privilege or right of use or enjoyment that a person, party, firm, corporation, municipality or other legal entity has in the land of another.

Examples of Easement in a sentence

  • The easement deed from NRCS (dated July 1, 2017) expressly states: "It is the intent of NRCS to give the Landowner the opportunity to participate in the restoration and management activities on the Easement Area." This suggests to us that the city of Somersworth has an active role in managing the land for the benefit of its residents and existing wildlife, in keeping with the city's own conservation goals and Master Plan.

  • The grantees Clerk of Council must note the Council’s approval.e) The remaining lines of the Easement should be left blank.

  • This section shall not apply if the imposition of or increase in fees or charges is contained in a budget filed in accordance with the requirements of G.S. 159-12.Statutory Reference – NCGS Chapter 160D-805.The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this Ordinance, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Access Easement.

  • The Governing Board approved the ratification to Reciprocal Easement Agreement with Sukkar Ventures Tolleson, LLC.

  • Owner shall bear all costs of maintaining or replacing any trees, bushes or other landscaping located within, or encroaching in any way upon or above, the Easement Property, whether or not such trees, bushes or other landscaping are included within the Owner’s Improvements approved by SRP.

More Definitions of Easement

Easement means a grant or reservation by the owner of land for the use of such land by others for a specific purpose or purposes, and which must be included in the conveyance of land affected by such easement.
Easement shall includeservitude”, (p) “priority” shall include “prior claim”, (q) “survey” shall include “certificate of location and plan”, and (r) “fee simple title” shall include “absolute ownership”.
Easement. - means a right to use land, generally for access to other property or as a right-of-way for a public utility;
Easement shall be deemed to include a “servitude,” (iii) “tangible property” shall be deemed to include “corporeal property,” (iv) “intangible property” shall be deemed to include “incorporeal property,” (v) “security interest” and “mortgage” shall be deemed to include a “hypothec,” (vi) all references to filing, registering or recording financing statements or other required documents under the UCC or the PPSA shall be deemed to include publication under the Civil Code of Quebec, and all references to releasing any Lien shall be deemed to include a release, discharge and mainlevee of a hypothec, (vii) all references to “perfection” of or “perfectedLiens shall be deemed to include a reference to theopposability” of such Liens to third parties, (viii) any “right of offset,” “right of setoff” or similar expression shall be deemed to include a “right of compensation”, (ix) “goods” shall be deemed to include “corporeal movable property” other than chattel paper, documents of title, instruments, money and securities, and (x) an “agent” shall be deemed to include a “mandatary.”
Easement means authorization by a property owner for the use by another, and for a specified purpose, of any designated part of his property.
Easement means all easements, reservations, rights-of-way, utilities and other similar rights as to the use of real property, which are necessary or appropriate for the conduct of activities of the Concessionaire related to the Project;
Easement means a right attached to a parcel of land which allows the proprietor of the parcel either to use the land of another in a particular manner or to restrict its use to a particular extent, but does not include a profit;