A legal right to use or cross (right of way) another person's land for limited purpose. A utility's right to run wires or lay pipe across a property is a common example.
An intrusion onto an adjoining property. A neighbor's fence, shed or overhanging roof line that partially or fully intrudes onto your property are examples.
The reversion of property to the state in the event the owner thereof dies leaving no will and heaving no legally qualified heir to whom the property may pass by lawful descent.
An interest in land.
A bar to alleging or denying a fact because of one's own previous actions or words to the contrary.
Rules of behavior made and accepted by business to provide fair and moral practice.
The giving of the sole right to offer the described property for sale according to the terms of the agency agreement.
Authority delegated by the principal which clearly sets forth in exact, plain, direct and well-defined limits those acts and duties which the agent is empowered to perform on behalf of the principal, e.g. and exclusive listing.
Taking of private property by the state for public use, with fair compensation to the owner, through the exercise of the right of eminent domain.
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