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Least prejudice, therefore, is about the suffering of the servient estate.
hand, prevents the owner of the servient estate from doing some
servitude, the owner of the servient estate is bound by the promise not
located person to restrict activity on a servient estate.
right, or more specifically a servitude burdening the servient estate.
After identifying the servient estate, the shortest route is again
determine the precise location of the passage on the servient estate.
from choosing the location of the passage, the servient estate owner is
reprieve servient estate owners have is to request relocation of the
26 acres) to determine the unit price contribution of the servient estate, which equals $10,950 per acre.
Divide the unit price contribution of the servient estate ($10,950 per acre) by the unit price of the control lots ($60,000 per acre) to determine the value ratio of the servient estate to the fee simple estate, which equals 18.
Develop the EFS ratio by simply inverting the value ratio of the servient estate to the fee simple estate = 81.