A right to enter upon and past through land
mean "entry" and "exit" respectively, and refer to the safe means for employees to enter or exit.
Applied to easements, meaning to right to go in and out over a piece of property, but not to park on it.
A right to enter upon and pass through land.
The right to go in and out over a piece of property but not the right to park on it. See also Easements.
Access from a land parcel to a public road or other means of exit. Right to exit and enter through land owned by another.
The right to enter and exit land. NSURED CLOSING LETTER: A document issued by a title insurance company which protects a mortgagee against embezzlement or failure to follow specific closing instructions.
The ability to pass through a piece of land however not allowing to park on it.
Easements that give the right to go in and out of a section of property, but not the right to park on it.