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    encumber

    What would be the opposite of encumbring a piece of land (i.e., a parcel)? I don't think one would say to privilege a piece of land.

    Can anyone help?

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    Re: encumber

    Perhaps to entitle a piece of land?

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    Re: encumber

    If you wanted to remove or relieve a debt from a piece of land, you would disencumber that parcel.

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    Re: encumber

    Quote Originally Posted by english-nation View Post
    If you wanted to remove or relieve a debt from a piece of land, you would disencumber that parcel.

    Pat
    Is it possible to entitle a piece of land with a servitude?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: encumber

    No, that would not be correct.

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