Easement created for benefit of an individual apart from ownership of land, e.g., a public utility easement.
An easement which encumbers the land, and is usually given to a quasi-public corporation, such as the electric or phone company.
A personal easement to use land of another where there is no dominant tenement being benefited.
An easement for the benefit of a person or company, rather than for the benefit of another parcel of land. Commonly, such easements as for public utilities.
A personal right to use the land of another but not attached to any one parcel of land.
an easement that is not appurtenant to any estate in land
An easement that does not benefit a particular tract of land; e.g. utility easements that run through all parcels of land in an area.
Easement created for the benefit of an individual, rather than for a parcel of land, e.g., a public utility easement.
The limited right of one person to use another's land (servient estate), which right is not created for the benefit of any land owned by the owner of the easement; that is, there is no dominant estate, as the easement attaches personally to the owner, not to the land.
An easement that benefits a particular individual, not a parcel of property. Involves only a servient estate. A public utility easement is an example. Back to the Top
An easement created for the benefit of a person rather than for a parcel of land.
An easement that is not created for the benefit of any land owned by the owner of the easement but that attaches personally to the easement owner. For example, a right granted by Eleanor Franks to Joe Fish to use a portion of her property for the rest of his life would be an easement in gross.