Can an Easement in Gross Be Transferred by the Grantee?

Answer As the holder of an easement, you have the right (a property interest) to use another person's land (the "servient tenement") for a specific purpose. Your easement may be affirmative, entitling you... Read More »

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When Does an Easement in Gross End?

An easement is a type of encumbrance that limits a real estate property owner's rights to use his property or permits the rights of others to access and use the property. Appurtenant easements and ... Read More »

If the plot plan attached to my Master Deed doesn't show an easement in the driveway could the easement still exist?

Yes, it certainly could. Easements can exist whether or not they appear on surveys or subsequent deeds for the property. A title examination is the means by which the title to real property is exam... Read More »

If i phone the doctors in the morning you can grantee it will i wont get a appointment till next week!?

There is a 48 hour rule, which government statistics assure is generally adhered to. It basically says that a patient should expect to be given an appointment with an unspecified doctor within 48 h... Read More »

What is the difference between gross sales and gross receipts as far as an audit is concerned?

GROSS RECEIPTS is the total amount received prior to the deduction of any allowances, discounts, credits, etc.GROSS REVENUE is income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some g... Read More »