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December 15, 2018


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That, which belongs to something, but not for all time; all those rights, privileges, and improvements that belong to and pass with the transfer of property but are not necessarily a part of the actual property. Appurtenances to real property pass with the real property to which they are appurtenant unless a contrary intention is manifested. A deed normally describes the property granted and then states, “together with all appurtenances.” Typical appurtenances are rights-of-way, easements, water rights, condominium parking stalls, and property improvements.

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