The state of being a slave or completely subject to someone more powerful,
The state of being a slave or completely subject to someone more powerful
The subjection of property to an easement
state of subjection to an owner or master or forced labor imposed as punishment; "penal servitude"
In BDSM, servitude refers to performing personal tasks for their dominant partner, as part of their submissive role in a BDSM relationship.
An equitable servitude is a term used in the law of real property to describe a nonpossessory interest in land that operates much like a covenant running with the land. But covenants and equitable servitudes should not be confused. ...
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The state of being a slave; slavery
A right in another's property in the nature of an easement.
a right or interest in a piece of real estate, which right or interest serves or benefits another unrelated property. For example, an easement across one piece of property which serves another piece of property is said to constitute a servitude regarding the property upon which it is located.
A charge or burden on one estate to the benefit or advantage of another.
A nuisance (q.v.) that concerns a right over another person's property, e.g. an easement.
A legal right to use land that belongs to someone else without paying rent.For example, you can have a servitude that allows you to collect water from a dam on another person's property.
In Quebec law, a servitude is a right to use another's land. It is a burden on the land requiring the owner to permit access to the beneficiary of the servitude.
An obligation that runs with the property, which obliges an owner to allow other people to do certain things.
a private right held by a person or group to use real property owned by another party or to limit the use of real property owned by another party. Examples of servitudes may include utility servitudes, drainage servitudes and servitudes of passage.
A registered right (as per the title deed) that a person has over the immovable property of another.
a condition in which one lacks liberty especially to determine one's course of action or way of life
The term for easement in Quebec.
noun, slavery, bondage.
A servitude is a right to access which allows a local authority access to a property for inspection or installation of pipes, sewerage lines, electricity cables and so on. It is registered against the title deed.
A land burden that forces the owner to allow another access to it.
such as waiting on others (as at frat parties) or various other forms of housework, often "bunny boy" style, or in se pointless tests of obedience.