easement in gross

Definition

An easement tied personally to its owner, not meant to benefit any of the owner's land. One example involves someone granting another person rights to access part of his or her property for life.

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You should try to figure out how much the easement in gross will be and see if there is a way to make it better.

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The easement in gross was included in the deal because the individual in question requested access to the property on occasion.

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When an owner is in charge of his or her easement which is not intended to benefit any of the owners asset such as land is known as easement in gross

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