Definition of "Implied easement"

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  1. Property used consistently for many years by someone without challenge from the owner.
  2. Easement resulting from law such as the reasonable expectation that a purchaser of one or two homes owned by the seller will be able to use a common driveway after one of the houses is bought. If the seller wishes this not to be the case, it must be explicitly stated.

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