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Easements in California - mCLE Self-Study Assessment

Easements in California - mCLE Self-Study Assessment
Welcome to the self-assessment for Easements in California, presented by the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer. After completing this self-assessment, you will be able to retrieve your mCLE certificate confirming 1 hour of self-study credit (California only). Before taking this assessment, please be sure that you have watched the video and downloaded the materials here: https://www.brewerfirm.com/events/easement-mcle/
Express easements do not need to be in writing.
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False
An express easement should be contained in a preliminary report for the property.
True
False
The permissible use of an express easement is determined by the intent of the parties.
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False
One of the four conditions for a prescriptive easement is for the land to have been used continually for a period of seven (7) years.
True
False
To have a prescriptive easement, one element that must be shown that one party used property under a claim of right.
True
False
A prescriptive easement gives an encroacher to continue to use the land for any purpose whatsoever.
True
False
An owner can gain access rights via an equitable easement.
True
False
A prescriptive easement is not automatically created; instead, it is created through a court order.
True
False
An easement by necessity can be automatically created
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False
When a parcel is landlocked (as in, an owner cannot access their property) the most common remedy is an easement by necessity.
True
False
One of the conditions for establishing an equitable easement is that a party has used and improved an easement for a long period of time with an innocent belief that they have the right to use the land.
True
False
Equitable easements are straight-forward, predictable, and rarely require litigation.
True
False
An easement grants ownership to a property.
True
False
Adverse possession is not the same thing as an easement.
True
False
When litigating an easement, a surveyor can be used to determine the boundary lines of the property.
True
False
When litigating an equitable easement, an appraiser is not helpful in determining the value of the right being granted
True
False
A deed cannot be used to grant an easement.
True
False
An equitable easement is a permanent injunction against interference with future use
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False
One may gain title by way of adverse possession as opposed to a mere prescriptive easement by a longer period of exclusive use.
True
False
As a requirement for a prescriptive easement, the land must be possessed in a manner that is hidden and unknown to the owner of the burdened land.
True
False
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