Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
An Easement that a court might be prepared to enforce, notwithstanding that it does not satisfy the requirements for a legal easement. Easements for a duration not equivalent to a freehold or a leasehold or which fall short of the formalities for a legal easement might be enforced as equitable easements.
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