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South Africa, Western Cape Province (Rural Servitude Lines, 1998)

A Servitude is a registered right vested in a person, who thereby derives some advantage from another's property. There are two types: 1. Praedial: A servitude which operates in favour of the owner of a piece of land and which cannot be separated from that land, and 2. Personal: A servitude in favour of a person or body who need not own any land.A Servitude is analogous to a right-of-way in the U.S. Basically it is an encumbrance on another property.
South Africa Surveyor General-Cape Town
South Africa, Western Cape Province, and Cape Town
line, boundaries, cadastral, servitude, encumbrance, and right of way
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