in gross

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Existing in its own right and not as ancillary to land or any other thing. For example a profit à prendre can exist in gross, conferring rights on persons whether or not they own land capable of benefiting. An easement cannot exist in gross since there must be a dominant tenement.

Subjects: Law.

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