Real Property (immovable)
Land, from the center of the earth and extending above the surface indefinitely,
including all inherent natural attributes and any man-made improvements of
a permanent nature place thereon. For example: minerals, trees, buildings,
Filing documents affecting real property as a matter of public record, giving
notice to future purchasers, creditors, or other interested parties. Recording
is controlled by statute and usually requires the witnessing and notarizing
of an instrument to be recorded.
Often called restrictive covenants . Provisions in a deed or other instrument
whereby an owner of land prohibits or restricts certain use, occupation
or improvement of the land.
Right of Way
(1) The right to pass over property owned by another, usually based upon an
easement. (2) A path or thoroughfare over which passage is made. (3) A strip
of land over which facilities such as highways, railroads or power lines