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landlocked

adj. referring to a parcel of real property which has no access or egress (entry or exit) to a public street and cannot be reached except by crossing another's property. In such a case there is an "implied easement" over the adjoining lot from which it was created (carved out).

landlocked

adjective buried, completely surrounded, confined, contained, embedded, encased, hemmed in, implanted, locked in, wedged in
Associated concepts: easements, egress, landlocked states
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