Are there any other ways of restricting disposals with a property?


Another type of restriction of disposal with real properties are easements, which, for example, establish the right of a third party (other than the owner) to use the property or the right of the owner of a neighbouring property to use the property subject to the easement, for example, for the right of way or footpath, the right to drive cattle, etc.

Easements are linked to a person (in personam) or to a property (in rem) and are subject to registration in the Land Register.

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