Accessorial property, rights and/or interests.
items belonging to another thing such as yards and gardens to a building. Example
Rights and conditions attached to the holding of land.
Rights that pass with the title to the land. These rights may affect other, usually adjoining lands, such as a access easement.
That which belongs to something else, e.g., appurtenances of automobile. The term "appurtenances" means that one thing belongs to another thing, that the two will remain in relationship, and will pass with the ownership.
a right, privilege, or improvement belonging to and passing with a principal property [law].
Anything annexed to land or used with it that it will pass with the conveyance of the land.
Rights which pass with the title to the land itself. These rights may affect other lands; e.g., an appropriate access easement over adjoining land.
other things belonging to the land such as, for example, yards, gardens and orchards or something intangible such as a common right
a word used in deeds, leases, etc. for the purpose of including any easements or other rights used or enjoyed with real property which are considered to be so much a part of the property they automatically pass to the grantee under the deed conveying the real property.
A right or privilege belonging to a property.
All the rights that go with the property although not within the limits of the deed.
The rights and duties attached to the holding of manorial land. The most important were submission to the manor court, grazing rights and the payment of various fines to the lord of the manor. A pew, or part of a pew, in church was often an ‘appurtenance’ of a specific house in the parish. (Dict. Gen., Fitzhugh). 408.