Easements - Valentine Appraisal

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  • April 06, 2011

easement-2-copyAn interest in real property that conveys use, but not ownership, of a portion of an owner’s property.  Access or right-of-way easements may be acquired by private parties or public utilities.  Governments dedicate conservation, open space, and preservation easements.

(Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, 4th edition.)

The following are the many types of easements that may encumber real property:

 

• Affirmative Easement • Pipeline Easement
• Ancillary Easement • Pole Line Easement
• Appurtenant Easement • Preservation Easement
• Avigation Easement • Private Way of Necessity
• Clearance Easement • Rail Easement
• Conservation Easement • Reciprocal Easement
• Cross Easement • Right of Drainage
• Discontinuous Easement • Right of Entry
• Drainage Easement • Right of Re-entry
• Drip Easement • Right-of-Way
• Easement Appurtenant • Scenic Easement
• Easement by Prescription • Servient Estate
• Easement in Gross • Sewer Line Easement
• Façade Easement • Sight Line Easement
• Flowage Easement • Slope Easement
• Highway Easement • Solar Easement
• Line of Sight Easement • Subsurface Easement
• Negative Easement • Surface Easement
• Non-Appurtenant Easement • Temporary Easement
• Overhead Easement • Utility Easement
• Permanent Easement • Water Line Easement
• Perpetual Easement
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