easement ease‧ment [ˈiːzmənt] noun [countable]
LAW a limited right for people to use someone's land for a particular purpose:

• California will have to pay owners of beach-front property for an easement to allow other people to walk across their land to get to the water.

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easement UK US /ˈiːzmənt/ noun [C]
LAW the use of someone else's property or land for a stated reason: »

The most commonly used easement is one that allows the underground services of one property to pass beneath the land of a neighbouring property.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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