It is often considered to prevent (i) the creation of new easements and (ii) the transfer of the benefit of existing easements or, at the very least, those that are not the existing easements mentioned in the transfer. If there is a clause in a transfer reading, an easement is a right to cross or use another person`s country for specific purposes, for example: the easement must be able to be the subject of a concession. Indeed, servitude is a registrable property right and must therefore be able to be granted in the documents, even if it has not been granted. Therefore, all the necessary legal formalities must be able to be completed, for example: an easement cannot be recognized if the dominant and domestic rental house belongs to the community. However, the rights can be recognized as “quasi-easements” which can then be considered as complete easements when the land in question is transferred.  This type of servitude is usually created by an act when someone sells part of their country, but wishes to retain certain rights to their previously owned country. These rights must be explicitly mentioned. If a warning or reference to a (planned) deposit is filed in the registry of the servient property and the deposit agent`s consent to the registration of the easement is not attached to the application, we may send a notice to the deposit or to the depositor. An equity easement, if the service rental house is not registered, is enforceable against the buyer only if it is duly registered in accordance with the provisions of the Land Charges Act 1972. Equity easements arising from a contract of servitude may be registered either in the form of estate contracts or as cheap services.
 If it serves as a registered rental house, the registration of a cheap easement with the cadastre can be done by simple notification or warning and then binds the buyers. It also binds buyers when it comes to an “overriding interest”.  As confirmed in Thatcher v Douglas, section 70(1)(c) of the Land Registration Act and Rule 258 of the Land Registration Rules 1925 will ensure that almost all easements are predominant interests.  There are still a few houses in this country that are not connected to the water supply. They will most likely enjoy the benefit of an easement that will allow them to draw water from a well in nearby areas. . . .