1. introduction: the power of legislature to allocate wealth



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Elements of an easement (in Re Ellenborough)

1. Must be a dominant tenement.

2. Easement must accommodate the dominant tenement.

3. Dominant and servient owners must be different parties.

4. Right claimed by easement capable of forming subject matter of the grant



1. right of way: walk back and forth across a designated way.

2. light, air, view



3. lateral support: promise to maintain whatever it is that supports adjacent building

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