16 terms

LAP 108 Property Set 2

Cause of action seeking judicial order in abatement eliminating a nuisance
Document evidencing the owner(s) of a property and the manner in which title is held
Dominant tenement
In easement appurtenant, the property which has the right to use the other property (the servient tenement)
An estate in which a person owns the right to use the property of another for a specific purpose
Easement appurtenant
Easement that is intended to benefit the property of the easement holder
Easement by grant
Easement created by conveyance in writing, recorded with Office of the County Recorder
Easement by implication
Easement created by open and continuous use for atleast five years, may be with permission of subject landowner
Easement by necessity
Ordinarily created at time lots are divided because easement is necessary to use of one or more parcels
Easement by prescription
Easement created by use of the property of another openly and continuously and without permission. In California the use must be for at least five years
Easement by reservation
Creation of an easement by reserving (setting aside) that portion of a property at the time the whole property is conveyed
Easement in gross
Easement that is intended to benefit the person of the easement holder but not his property
Physical intrusion by placement of building, structure or fence on the property of another
Grant deed
Most common type of deed in California, grants (conveyes) a specifically defined interest in real property
Permission to use the property of another that does not create any interest in the property and is revocable
Use of property in such away as to interfere with the quiet use and enjoyment of another property
Quitclaim deed
Conveys all right, title and interest held in a property by the grantor without defining what the right,