Appurtenant

• (a.) Annexed or pertaining to some more important thing; accessory; incident; as, a right of way appurtenant to land or buildings. • (n.) Something which belongs or appertains to another thing; an appurtenance.
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Appurtenant

Ap·pur'te·nant adjective [ French appartenant , present participle of appartenir . See Appurtenance .] Annexed or pertaining to some more important thing; accessory; incident; as, a right of way appurtenant to land or buildings. Blackstone. Common appurtenant
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Appurtenant

Ap·pur'te·nant noun Something which belongs or appertains to another thing; an appurtenance. « Mysterious appurtenants and symbols of redemption. Coleridge. »
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Appurtenant

Belonging to, adjunctive, appended or annexed to. For example, the garage is appurtenant to the hous
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Appurtenant

Belonging to; pertaining to of right.
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appurtenant

furnishing added support
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Appurtenant

In real property law, this describes any right or restriction which goes with that property, such as an easement to gain access across the neighbor's parcel or a covenant (agreement) against blocking the neighbor's view. Any subsequent owner has the same right or restriction.
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Appurtenant

v. attempting is to commit a crime, is an endeavor to accomplish it, carried beyond mere preparation, but falling short of execution of the ultimate design, but not failing in the ulterior motives. Hence an attempt to crime is treated as seriouslly as the crime itself. Sometimes the distinction between preparation of crime and an attempt to commit ...
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