I will pay for the following essay Encumbrances, Easement and Licenses. The essay is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.WHEREAS, the parties desire t

I will pay for the following essay Encumbrances, Easement and Licenses. The essay is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

WHEREAS, the parties desire to create a reciprocal driveway easement for automobiles, for their use in common. “ Mrs Acre” shall have the right to use the (easterly, westerly, northerly, southerly – choose one) feet of premises belonging to “ Mr. Land”. “ Mrs. Acre for valuable consideration of $2000” shall have the right to use the (easterly, westerly, northerly, southerly – choose one) feet of premises belonging to “ Mr. Land”. Said strips of land will constitute a fifty foot reciprocal driveway easement for vehicular ingress and egress. “Mr. Land ” and “Mrs. Acre ” represent and covenant to and with each other as follows:

1. The strip of property fifty feet lying and being on one-half of “ ” side of the boundary line, and the strip of feet lying and being on one-half of “ ” side of the boundary line shall be continuously and forever a driveway easement.

4.The Grantor agrees to keep the premises free of materials, equipment, vehicles, trees, shrubbery, and any other obstructions which would interfere with Grantees’ access to or maintenance of water mains and appurtenances. Grantor further agrees to make no alterations to the premises

Grantor, for itself and its heirs, hereby covenants with Grantee, its heirs, and assigns, that Grantor is lawfully seized in fee simple of the above-described premises. that it has a good right to convey. that the premises are free from all encumbrances. that Grantor and its heirs, and all persons acquiring any interest in the property granted, through or for Grantor, will, on demand of Grantee, or its heirs or assigns, and at the expense of Grantee, its heirs or assigns, execute and instrument necessary for the further assurance of the title to the premises that may be reasonably required. and that Grantor and its heirs will forever warrant and defend all of the property so granted to Grantee, its heirs, against every