Easements

---PRELIMINARY S. 1-4

UPHJS2018-II Edit

97. Dominant heritages under the Easements Act, 1882 means :
(a) the land for the beneficial enjoyment of which the right exists
(b) the land on which the liability is imposed
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

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---CHAPTER I OF EASEMENTS GENERALLY Ss. 4-7

UPHJS2014 Edit

97. In case of customary rights, easements are……………..rights annexed to the place in general.
(A) Private
(B) Public
(C) Customary
(D) None of the above

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98. The word ‘easement’ is defined in section………….of the Indian Easements Act, 1882
(A) Section 2
(B) Section 3
(C) Section 4
(D) Section 5

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UPHJS2009 Edit

6. Easement is a right-
(A) in rem
(B) in personam
(C) neither (A) nor (B)
(D) in rem in general but in personam in exceptional cases

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UPHJS2012 Edit


3. (a) What do you understand by customary easements ? Specify the main ingredients to establish such easements. 10


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4. (a) Distinguish between an invitee, a licensee and a trespasser, and discuss the liability of an occupier or an owner of land towards each of them. 10

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3. (a) What are the essentials of easement of necessity ? 10

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---CHAPTER II THE IMPOSITION, ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER OF EASEMENTS Ss. 8-19

UPHJS2014 Edit

99. Which of the following sections of the Indian Easements Act, defines the term customary easement?
(A) Section 15
(B) Section 18
(C) Section 22
(D) Section 26

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CG HJS 2018 Edit

  1. (A) Explain the provision of exclusion in favour of reversioner of servient tenement in reference to acquisition of easement by prescription. Support your answer with case laws. [ 5 Marks ]

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---CHAPTER III THE INCIDENTS OF EASEMENTS Ss. 20-31

---CHAPTER IV THE DISTURBANCE OF EASEMENTS Ss. 32-36

---CHAPTER V EXTINCTION, SUSPENSION AND REVIVAL OF EASEMENTS Ss. 37-51

UPHJS2018-III Edit

18. Ram, the owner of an agricultural field, grants a licence to Ramesh, to use a path across it. Ram with intent to revoke the licence locks a gate across the path. The licence is:
A. Suspended
B. revoked
C. continued
D. None of the above

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UPHJS2018-I Edit

62. A continuous easement to is extinguished when it totally ceases to be enjoyed as such for an unbroken period of how many years :
(a) 5 years
(b) 15 years
(c) 20 years
(d) 30 years

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UPHJS2009SPL Edit


4. (b) ‘A’, a Muslim woman, orally authorised ‘B’, her husband, to go to . her lawyer to instruct him to give a notice to terminate the tenancy of her tenant though the plaint for ejectment of the tenant was later verified by her in the chamber of her lawyer. Is the notice valid ? Give reasons. 10

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---CHAPTER VI LICENCES Ss. 52-64

UPHJS2018-III Edit

19. A licence is deemed to be revoked:

A. When, from a cause preceding the grant of it, the grantor ceases to have any interest in the property affected by the licence

B. When, the licensee releases it, expressly or impliedly, to the grantor or his representative

C. Where, it has been granted for a limited period, or acquired or condition that it shall become void on the performance or non-performance of a specific act, and the period expires, or the condition is fulfilled.

D. All of the above

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UPHJS2014 Edit


16. Define licence. When licence is transferable and when it is revocable or deemed to be revoked? Explain with reference to the relevant provisions of law. 10




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