Easement – An easement is a right over another person’s property, such as real estate. Three types of easements are recorded in the BGB. These rights, which are regulated in law by definition, are the limited personal easement, the easement and the usufruct. The limited personal easement is the right to a property in favour of a natural or legal person. The easement is the right to a property in favor of another property and the usufruct is the right to a property with respect to a natural or legal person. In English, easement means “easement”.
Easement at a glance
- 3 types of easements: Limited personal easement, easement and usufruct.
- Limited personal easement: right to real property in favour of a person
- Easement: right to real property in favour of another real property
- Usufruct: right to a property in favour of a person
- English – “easement”
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