The legal right to use another person’s property for a specific purpose is called an easement.
In layman’s term, an easement is a right to trespass.
If a person is granted an easement, they can use the property, but the title to the property remains with the real property owner. Thus, the easement holder does not have the same rights to the property as the owners.
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