Definition of Servient

1. a. Subordinate.



Definition of Servient

1. subordinate [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Servient

servicemember
servicemembers
servicemen
servicepeople
serviceperson
servicepersons
servicer
servicers
services
servicescape
servicescapes
servicewoman
servicewomen
servicification
servicing
servient (current term)
serviette
serviettes
servile
servile(a)
servilely
servileness
servilenesses
serviles
servilest
servilities
servility
serving
serving cart
serving dish

Literary usage of Servient

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on the Law of Easements by John Leybourn Goddard (1904)
"It is manifest that it must often happen, as in that case, that the exercise of the easement by the dominant owner operates also in favour of the servient ..."

2. Law of Real Property: Being a Complete Compendium of Real Estate Law by Emerson Etheridge Ballard, Tilghman Ethan Ballard, Arthur Walker Blakemore (1910)
"Change or destruction of ease- ESTATE. ment by servient owner. a. in general. ... Dominant and servient estates need not be contiguous. 3:223. ..."

3. A Treatise on the Law of Easements: In Continuation of the Author's Treatise by Leonard Augustus Jones (1898)
"Alterations by the owners of the servient estate. 83o-833. I. Repairs and Renewals in General. 811. Every easement includes "secondary easements," such as ..."

4. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1905)
"The servient estate Is the one upon which the easement is imposed. ... The land upon which a burden or servitude is laid is called the "servient tenement. ..."

5. A Treatise on the Law of Easements by Charles James Gale (1849)
"The obligation upon him is in fact negative—to suffer or not to do—ceasing altogether upon his ceasing to be the owner of the servient heritage (a); ..."

6. Revised Laws of the State of California: In Four Codes : Political, Civil by California, Creed Haymond, John Chilton Burch, Charles Lindley (1871)
"The land to which an easement is attached is called the dominant tenement; the land upon which a burden or servitude is laid is called the servient tenement ..."

7. The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish-America: Including Cuba, Puerto Rico, and by Clifford Stevens Walton, Spain (1900)
"Rights and obligations of owner of dominant and servient tenements* Article 543. The owner of the dominant tenement may make, at his own expense on the ..."

8. A Treatise on the Law of Easements by John Leybourn Goddard (1904)
"It is manifest that it must often happen, as in that case, that the exercise of the easement by the dominant owner operates also in favour of the servient ..."

9. Law of Real Property: Being a Complete Compendium of Real Estate Law by Emerson Etheridge Ballard, Tilghman Ethan Ballard, Arthur Walker Blakemore (1910)
"Change or destruction of ease- ESTATE. ment by servient owner. a. in general. ... Dominant and servient estates need not be contiguous. 3:223. ..."

10. A Treatise on the Law of Easements: In Continuation of the Author's Treatise by Leonard Augustus Jones (1898)
"Alterations by the owners of the servient estate. 83o-833. I. Repairs and Renewals in General. 811. Every easement includes "secondary easements," such as ..."

11. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1905)
"The servient estate Is the one upon which the easement is imposed. ... The land upon which a burden or servitude is laid is called the "servient tenement. ..."

12. A Treatise on the Law of Easements by Charles James Gale (1849)
"The obligation upon him is in fact negative—to suffer or not to do—ceasing altogether upon his ceasing to be the owner of the servient heritage (a); ..."

13. Revised Laws of the State of California: In Four Codes : Political, Civil by California, Creed Haymond, John Chilton Burch, Charles Lindley (1871)
"The land to which an easement is attached is called the dominant tenement; the land upon which a burden or servitude is laid is called the servient tenement ..."

14. The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish-America: Including Cuba, Puerto Rico, and by Clifford Stevens Walton, Spain (1900)
"Rights and obligations of owner of dominant and servient tenements* Article 543. The owner of the dominant tenement may make, at his own expense on the ..."

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