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poslužno dobro

English translation: servient tenement/estate

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Serbian term or phrase:poslužno dobro
English translation:servient tenement/estate
Entered by: Natasa Djurovic

20:28 Jun 13, 2011
Serbian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Real Estate
Serbian term or phrase: poslužno dobro
Ovom Izjavom, XXXXX, kao vlasnik poslužnog dobra i to: parcela broj YYYY k.o.Novi Sad III, list nepokretnosti kod RGZ SKN Novi Sad 2 broj:nnnnn bezuslovno daje dozvolu za konstituisanje prava službenosti kolskog i pešačkog prolaza preko navedenih parcela i to delova parcela koji se koristi za put, prolaz i parking, u korist vlasnika povlasnih dobara –nepokretnosti.
Bogdan Petrovic
Serbia
Local time: 03:27
servient tenement/estate
Explanation:
Real Estate Definition - dominant tenement

dominant tenement - the estate (property interest) that benefits from an easement on another property. For example, Abel owns a farm to which the only access is by an easement road over Baker's property. Abel's farm is the dominant tenement. Baker's property is said to be the servient tenement. See also easement and easement in gross

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http://dictionary.babylon.com/servient tenement/

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A servient estate (or servient premises or servient tenement) is contrasted with a dominant estate (or dominant premises). These terms are usually used in reference to estates or tenements in the law of easements. A dominant estate has the benefit of a servitude or easement over the servient estate.
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Natasa Djurovic
Serbia
Local time: 03:27
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servient tenement/estate


Explanation:
Real Estate Definition - dominant tenement

dominant tenement - the estate (property interest) that benefits from an easement on another property. For example, Abel owns a farm to which the only access is by an easement road over Baker's property. Abel's farm is the dominant tenement. Baker's property is said to be the servient tenement. See also easement and easement in gross

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Note added at 1 hr (2011-06-13 21:57:58 GMT)
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http://www.homesurfer.com/real-estate-definitions/d/dominant...

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Note added at 1 hr (2011-06-13 22:00:19 GMT)
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http://dictionary.babylon.com/servient tenement/

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Note added at 1 hr (2011-06-13 22:00:40 GMT)
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A servient estate (or servient premises or servient tenement) is contrasted with a dominant estate (or dominant premises). These terms are usually used in reference to estates or tenements in the law of easements. A dominant estate has the benefit of a servitude or easement over the servient estate.


Natasa Djurovic
Serbia
Local time: 03:27
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