The parcel of land over or through which an easement runs.
An estate that is used by another under an easement.
and subject to an easement
Property over which an easement exists in favor of an adjacent property.
Land over which an easement exists in favour of the dominant tenement.
The piece of land which is subject to an easement. As opposed to the "dominant tenement".
"A land or tenement over which a servitude has been granted or acquired in favor of a dominant land or tenement." Dukelow
An Estate burdened by an Easement.
See " dominant tenement".
Property that is subject to use by another for a specific purpose. For example, a beachfront house that has a public walkway to the beach on its premises would be a servient tenement.
The land which suffers or has the burden of an easement. The beneficiary of the easement is called a dominant tenement.
Land on which an easement exists in favor of an adjacent property (called a dominant estate); also called a servient estate.
Land that is burdened (encumbered) by an easement.