servient


servient
servient 1640s, from L. servientem, prp. of servire (see SERVE (Cf. serve)).

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  • Servient — Serv i*ent, a. [L. serviens, entis, p. pr. See {Serve}.] Subordinate. [Obs. except in law.] Dyer. [1913 Webster] {Servient tenement} or {Servient estate} (Law), that on which the burden of a servitude or an easement is imposed. Cf. Dominant… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • servient — adj. Denoting an estate subject to an easement or servitude. See also estate, easement. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …   Law dictionary

  • servient — serviént, serviéntă, adj. (înv.; despre imobile, proprietăţi etc.) aservit, supus, subjugat. Trimis de blaurb, 14.11.2008. Sursa: DAR …   Dicționar Român

  • servient — /sarv(i)yant/ Serving; subject to a service or servitude. A servient estate is one which is burdened with a servitude …   Black's law dictionary

  • servient — ˈsərvēənt adjective Etymology: Latin servient , serviens, present participle of servire to serve 1. a. : doing service : serving b. : characteristic of a servant or subordinate : instrumental …   Useful english dictionary

  • servient — adj. subservient, subordinate, enslaved …   English contemporary dictionary

  • servient — ser·vi·ent …   English syllables

  • servient estate — see estate 4 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. servient estate n …   Law dictionary

  • Servient estate — Servient Serv i*ent, a. [L. serviens, entis, p. pr. See {Serve}.] Subordinate. [Obs. except in law.] Dyer. [1913 Webster] {Servient tenement} or {Servient estate} (Law), that on which the burden of a servitude or an easement is imposed. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Servient tenement — Servient Serv i*ent, a. [L. serviens, entis, p. pr. See {Serve}.] Subordinate. [Obs. except in law.] Dyer. [1913 Webster] {Servient tenement} or {Servient estate} (Law), that on which the burden of a servitude or an easement is imposed. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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