Grant of right to use 1,
What is the grant of right to use
The grant of right to use is the right which the grantor gives the grantee in consideration for payments which are made. When the grantee pays the grantor, he sells and gives the right to the grantee and the heirs to use the stairways which are constructed in a two story brick as well as stone building which the grantor has erected and which stands on the property. The details include the strip of land and informs of the amount of land that has been given the Grant of right-of-way.
In this Grant of right-of-way the conveyance is mentioned, the stairway details are mentioned and it also mentions if it is away or built into the wall or how many inches the stairway is from the wall. It also mentions the type of stairway as well. It also informs of the details off access from the building which are not present now but can be built in the future and the right to pierce the land so that some egress and ingress will be given to the grantee and his descendants. This also specifically mentions that as part of the Grant of right-of-way the stairway needs to be kept in good condition as well as it needs to be repaired at his or her own expense and this is part of the deed. This is not only during the time of the grantee but also it extends to his or her heirs and those people whom he or she assigns in the future as well.
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