Some of the easements and rights of way we offer include: gross easement – a gross easement is personally guarded by the holder of the easement and does not pass on to the country when it is sold. Some of the different types of priority agreements in servitude law are: compulsory servitude – a prescription easement is the granting of servitude rights under the unfavorable possession laws of the state. If the use has continued against the owner`s permission during the legal period, an easement may be created by order. Easements can be created by an agreement through service forms or can be created by continuous use over time under the unfavorable possession law for a mandatory easement. An easement can also necessarily be created, for example.B. if it is an interior plot. Conservation easement – a conservation service is used to preserve and protect the land. A conservation easement is often used to donate land to a charity for a tax deduction. Oil, gas and mineral serfdom: A priority right over gas and minerals allows a mineral or gas rights holder to access surface land to access the underlying land. Easement – Supply services allow water, gas, sewer, etc.
workers to cross the property to maintain and repair pipes and wires. Easement is usually given to a utility and is a kind of access service. Choose from many service forms for your state. Free previews are available to help you find the form you want. Servitude by necessity – servitude by necessity is implied by law when the only way to enter the interior is through a right of passage over the country of another. Easements are used to settle border disputes between neighbors, allow for the sharing of services such as easements for a private entrance or road, advertising space, access to land for oil, gas and mineral rights or a right of way for utilities such as gas or electricity companies. Basic easements are an interest in land, separate from ownership of property. A basic service is not property, but a right to use or occupy land. The right of way granted in the service form is mentioned in the cadastre. The term dominant estate is used to describe the property that has the right to use the easement on the other land, called servient Estate.