servient owner

servient owner

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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  • Dominant owner — Dominant Dom i*nant, a. [L. dominans, antis, p. pr. of dominari: cf. F. dominant. See {Dominate}.] Ruling; governing; prevailing; controlling; predominant; as, the dominant party, church, spirit, power. [1913 Webster] The member of a dominant… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • servitude — /serr vi toohd , tyoohd /, n. 1. slavery or bondage of any kind: political or intellectual servitude. 2. compulsory service or labor as a punishment for criminals: penal servitude. 3. Law. a right possessed by one person to use another s property …   Universalium

  • SERVITUDES — (Heb. שִׁעְבּוּדִים, shi budim). Generally a person is prohibited from using his land in such manner as to cause an interference with his neighbor s quiet use or enjoyment of his own land. A man may therefore restrain his neighbor from such use… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • abandonment — The surrender, relinquishment, disclaimer, or cession of property or of rights. Voluntary relinquishment of all right, title, claim and possession, with the intention of not reclaiming it. State v. Bailey, 97 N. J.Super. 396, 235 A.2d 214, 216.… …   Black's law dictionary

  • abandonment — The surrender, relinquishment, disclaimer, or cession of property or of rights. Voluntary relinquishment of all right, title, claim and possession, with the intention of not reclaiming it. State v. Bailey, 97 N. J.Super. 396, 235 A.2d 214, 216.… …   Black's law dictionary

  • disabilities — if at any time during the statutory prescriptive period the servient land was owned by an infant or a mentally incapacitated person (or, indeed, anyone other than anyone sui juris and holding the fee simple (fee simple absolute in possession)… …   Law dictionary

  • fair enjoyment — The measure of the right of the dominant owner in the use of an easement; a right of use consistent with the purpose and character of the easement and also with the correlative right of the servient owner to use the premises for any purpose which …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • extra viam rights — The right of a traveler upon the highway to travel over the abutting property where the highway is out of repair and impassable for practical purposes. 25 Am J1st High § 615. The right of one having an easement of way to depart from the regularly …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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