something that belongs or appertains to a different thing an appurtenance
- Annexed or regarding a few more important things accessory event as the right of way appurtenant to secure or buildings
- furnishing included assistance
- Annexed or pertaining to a few more thing; accessory; incident; since, the right of method appurtenant to secure or buildings.
- something that belongs or appertains to some other thing; an appurtenance.
adj. regarding something that attaches. In real property legislation this defines any correct or limitation which complements that property, like an easement to achieve access throughout the neighbor's parcel, or a covenant (contract) against preventing the next-door neighbor's view. Hence, there are sources to appurtenant easement or appurtenant covenant.
owned by; accessory or event to; adjunct, appended, or annexed to; answering to acccssorium within the civil law. 2 Steph. Comm. 30 note. A thing is deemed to be incidental or appurtenant to land if it is by right combined with the land because of its advantage, as with the scenario of a means, or water-course, or of a passage for light, environment, or heat from or over the land of another. Civil Code Cal.
late 14c., from Anglo-French apurtenant, Old French apartenant, present participle of apartenir "be regarding" (see appurtenance).
(a.) Annexed or related to some more important thing; accessory; incident; since, the right of way appurtenant to secure or buildings.
- (n.) a thing that belongs or appertains to a different thing; an appurtenance.
Brunetiere, Faguet and Lemaitre and the part appurtenant of M.