What is an Easement?

 

A right attached to the title of a property such as a right of access over private lanes or paths, or rights to connect into services such as water pipes and cables. Easements may be benefits to a property and its owners, and they may also be considered to be burdens, example a right to situate a septic tank on a neighbour’s land and access it.

 

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