n. the ability to benefit from the usage of something (especially these types of pleasant characteristics as light, environment, view, access, water in a stream) even though the name towards the property where usage exists is held by another.
the ability to make use of and enjoy residential property in accordance with your very own preference approximately concerning derive a revenue or take advantage of it, including all that makes it desirable or habitable, since. light, environment, and accessibility; as distinguished from only right of occupancy or ownership. Reining v. Railroad Co. (Super. Ct.) 13 N. Y. Supp. 240.