Easements By Implication, Prescription, Necessity & Estoppel


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Xander has used a strip of Yancy's property for his cedar box container gardens for over twenty years without Yancy's permission. In the winter, Yancy is finally fed up and tells Xander to stop. What type of easement may Xander have?

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1. What's the key difference between an easement by implication and an easement by necessity?

2. Charlie asks Lucy if he can build a driveway that will encroach upon her property by three inches for the entire length of the driveway. Lucy agrees but changes her mind after the driveway is finished. Removing the concrete would cost thousands of dollars. What result?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These assessments are useful tools for reviewing information you've learned in the related lesson. Quiz questions require you to identify types of easements by analyzing real-life situations and to differentiate between the requirements for easements to be created.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These practice materials will quiz you on the following goals:

  • Recall easements that can be created without a signed writing
  • Understand the difference between an easement by implication and an easement by necessity
  • Identify the types of easements from the lesson used in real-life scenarios

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet offers practice in the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related real estate lesson
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as easement by implication and easement by necessity
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify the easement that applies to each given example

Additional Learning

You can further review this topic by checking out the related lesson Easements By Implication, Prescription, Necessity & Estoppel. The objectives of this lesson are:

  • Explore types of property easements that can be made without a signed writing
  • Understand the different elements in which an implied easement is appropriate
  • Use lesson examples to understand the requirements necessary for each easement