Flashcards in N2 Zoning & Encumberances Deck (29)
The amount of footage along a street.
An area set aside by municipal authorities for a specific type of use is a ______.
An area separating two incompatibly zoned areas from each other.
The minimum distance from the lot line at which building can occur.
A use which pre-dates the zoning ordinance is a ____ aka ____.
Non-conforming Use, Grandfathered Use
_______ is a granted violation of the zoning ordinance.
A burden on a title is an_________.
A limitation on property created by an owner or developer is known as a_____.
Deed Restriction or Restrictive Covenant or CC&Rs
A right one person has in the land of another is an _____.
An Easement held by one owner across another owner's adjacent property.
The parcel encumbered by the Easement Appurtenant is the ___________.
The _____ is the parcel of land benefiting from the Easement Appurtenant.
An Easement held by third party (not an adjoining owner) is the _______.
Easement in Gross
The Easement Personal is a form of a
What are the TWO General INVOLUNTARY Liens?
Judgment, Income Tax Liens
Some land held together by a single owner is divided into two or more parcels and one of the parcels is landlocked. What kind of Easement can be created to address this situation?
Easement by Necessity
An easement created through long, continuous, and hostile use.
Acquisition of ownership by hostile use of another's property can occur by ________.
Three ways an easement can be terminated are:
2. Quit Claim Deed
3. Quiet Title action
The physical trespass of a building onto another property is an ________.
A lien placed on Real Estate by operation of law.
A money encumbrance
A lien placed on an owner's property with his/her permission is a _____.
Liens that affects individual parcels of land.
Three Specific Types of involuntary Liens:
a. Property Taxes
c. Mechanic's Liens
Affect all of a person's real and personal property.
A lien placed by the government for particular improvements such as street paving or street lights.
Assessments AKA Special Assessments
For most liens, priority is established by:
the order in which it was recorded and evidenced by the county recorder’s docket and page number or sequence number