easement definition

  • noun:
    • The work of easing or even the problem to be alleviated.
    • a thing that affords convenience or convenience.
    • Law the right, particularly the right of way, afforded an individual to help make minimal using another's real home.
    • right to make use of another person's residential property, generally to be able to get across a part of the house, or even get access to something regarding property.
    • Relief, reducing.
    • The act of relieving oneself: defecating or urinating
    • A curved user instead of an abrupt modification of direction, as with a baseboard, handrail, etc.
    • whatever provides simplicity, relief, or help; convenience; accommodation.
    • A liberty, privilege, or benefit, which one manager has within the estate of another proprietor, distinct from ownership for the earth, as a means, water program, etc. Its a species of what the civil law calls servitude.
    • A curved user instead of an abrupt modification of way, like in a baseboard, hand rail, etc.
    • what gives ease, relief, or assistance; convenience; accommodation.
    • In law, the right of accommodation an additional's land; such the right according to lands—as that passage, or of having free accessibility of light and air—which doesn't involve taking everything through the land; even more specifically, such a right when held in respect to one piece of land by the owner of a neighboring piece by virtue of his ownership for the latter.
    • In carpentry, just like ease-off.
    • the act of reducing some thing unpleasant (as pain or irritation)
    • (legislation) the privilege of employing something that is certainly not your own (as making use of another's land as a right of way to your own personal land)

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