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|Spanish term or phrase: servidumbre de luces y vistas|
|Contexto: contrato de compraventa|
|easement of light and view|
Diccionario de terminos juridicos, Enrique Alcaraz/Brian Hughes.
easement: the right or privilege of using something not one’s own; and specifically in Law, an entitlement to rights (e.g. right of way) over another’s land.
See: www.lawphil.net/judjuris/juri2000/ apr2000/gr_129471_2000.html
But if there are easements or other rights appurtenant to a parcel of registered land which for any reason have failed to be registered, such easements or rights shall remain so appurtenant notwithstanding such failure, and shall be held to pass with the land until cut off or extinguished by the registration of the servient estate, or in any other manner.
Hence, in Cid v. Javier, 31 it was held:
. . . Consequently, even conceding arguendo that such an easement has been acquired, it had been cut off and extinguished by the registration of the servient estate under the Torrens system without the easement being annotated on the corresponding certificate of title, pursuant to Section 39 of the Land Registration Act.
This principle was reiterated in Purugganan v. Paredes 32 which also involved an easement of light and view that was not annotated on the certificate of title of the servient estate.
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