What is a non-exclusive easement?

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A non-exclusive easement is a legal right to use the property owned by another person. This might mean the person who granted the easement or whoever else may be identified in the easement document. The purpose of the easement is that whatever permitted use is stated in the easement document.
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An "easement" is a legal right to use the property owned by another person (i.e. the person who granted the easement) An easement is usually created by a recorded document
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It sounds like non-exclusive means that they will sell the beat to anyone, so you will be able to use it, but you won't own it and anyone else can use it also.
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The purchaser of the software only has the limited right to use the software for their own business use, not to re-sell the software or give it to others (the is the "non transferable
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An. exclusive. easement. can be acquired by a party's conduct on the property or by the express language in a. grant deed. conveying an easement. . For example, a water district
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