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Question 1

Joe and Vicky are neighbors. Joe and Vicky have agreed, in writing that Joe may cross over Vicky's lawn to get to a street that is on the other side of her property. What interest does Joe have in Vicky's property?

Question 2

Joe and Vicky are neighbors. Joe and Vicky have agreed, in writing that Joe may cross over Vicky's lawn to get to a street that is on the other side of her property. Later, Joe sells his property to Aaron. May Aaron use Vicky's property to access the street?

Question 3

Joe and Vicky are neighbors. Joe and Vicky have agreed, in writing that Joe may cross over Vicky's lawn to get to a street that is on the other side of her property. Joe sells his property to Aaron. May Joe still walk over Vicky's property if he so desires?

Question 4

Larry owns an easement in gross that allows him to play golf on the Lakeside golf course any time he wishes to. Larry lives 3 blocks away from the course, which makes it very convenient for him to walk to the course whenever he wants to play. Is his house considered the dominant tenement?

Question 5

Batman orally conveys to Joker an easement that allows Joker to park his car in the Batcave. Is the oral conveyance enforceable?

Question 6

Superman conveys an easement in gross to Lex Luther that allows Luther to use the Hall of Justice suntan parlor any time he wants. Eventually, Luther learns that it's unhealthy to lie in a suntan parlor and so he asks if any of his friends want his right instead. Luther's friend, Paleface, tells Luther that he's in need of a good tanning parlor. So, Luther conveys his easement in gross to Paleface. Is this conveyance effective?