deed of grant

deed of grant

an express grant of an EASEMENT or profit, being an incorporeal hereditament, would always be by deed.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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On Monday, the Heva Development and Management Corporation represented by Carlos Legara signed the deed of grant of usufructuary rights with the city government represented by Mayor Jerry Trenas for the use of a 375-square-meter parcel of lot at the Iloilo City Center in Mandurriao district as site of the disaster risk reduction and management command center and traffic intelligence system.
WHOEVER holds the deed of grant (the legal document for the grave) can give this permission.
Due to the complications of shared expenses there is often a separate deed of grant or even a licence which can impose specific obligations on all those who share.
Such an agreement is called a Deed of Grant of Easement and will cover such aspects as your right of access onto your neighbour's property initially in order to lay the pipe across your neighbour's land, and obligation to make good all damage caused by this, the right to access your neighbour's land in the future to maintain the pipe, and the overall right of passage of water through this new pipe across your neighbour's land.
This covered 250 acres (101 ha) and was promised to D'Arcy Wentworth some time before 1823 but because the deed of grant was issued after D'Arcy's death it was cancelled and re-issued in favour of his executors in 1840.
The deed of grant should specify that your neighbour would not damage your land or overload the existing sewers,and that he would indemnify you against any damage caused.
You could resolve the matter bycharging an agreed rent and entering into a deed of grant which will apply to any purchaser from you.
Anonymous, letter AWHOEVER holds the deed of grant (the legal document for the grave) can give this permission.
A Provided you have a formal Deed of Grant of a right of way over your neighbour's driveway, either through a separate Deed or by way of a specific right contained within your own title then the property will be sold with the benefit of this right.