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1

economic obsolescence results from an inharmonious land use in a neighborhood

true

2

a consideration in determining whether or not an object is a fixture includes the adaptation of the object

true

3

an encroachment can be found on the deed

false
an encroachment can be found on a survey or an improvement location certificate (ILC)

4

rita smith leases a restaurant to diego jones for five years. jones installs has own ovens, booths, counters, and other equipment. these items are considered personal property and can be removed at the end of the lease

true

5

the sellers removed the attached microwave, which had not been excluded in the sale. the sellers are in breach

true

6

a shared driveway and a party wall are both examples of easement in gross

false
easements appurtenant are easements that are "apparent" that an easement was created for the use or access to another's property. an easement in gross references the right of ingress and egress for utility easements or mineral extractions.

7

the right of ingress and egress over the land of another is classified as an encroachment

false
easements are for ingress (the right to enter another's property) and egress (the right to exit another's property)

8

a storage building that extends over the boundary lines between the property of the building's owner and an adjacent property is an example of encroachment

true

9

the recipient of an easement appurtenant enjoys an increase in the amount of property owned

false
the easement does not give rights of interest, only rights of use

10

an easement by prescription is a right acquired by an adverse user for limited use or enjoyment of the land of another

true