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A phrase indicating permission to continue doing something that was once permissable but is now not allowed

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  1. A phrase indicating permission to continue doing something that was once permissable but is now not allowed. In zoning, it permits a nonconforming use. For example, an existing auto repair shop being allowed to remain in a shopping area that is being revitalized.
  2. Non-flowing water below the surface. (There are six major groundwater aquifers in Colorado)
  3. Created by acts of the parties; one that is apparent and for which access is implied. Example: If one sells a stand of trees to be used for lumber, one also grants an implied easement to harvest the trees.
  4. Specifies inclusions within a development, such as a playground or that a percentage of homes must be affordable for low-income families.
  5. One not taken through consent of the owner, such as a tax lien. In reality, most liens are involuuntary
  6. A court-ordered claim by one person against another. A judgment lien is a general against a property in favor of the holder of the judgment.
  7. A legal doctrine that prevents seeking recourse from a court because of a lapse of time. For example, a neighbor built a second story addition and the roof exceeds the architectural code height restriction. Waiting until the addition is complete before seeking remedy in court is too late; a lache.
  8. a right of access that is temporary, personalty and revocable; such as a license to use a campground or fish in the lake on the landowner's property. Contrasted with Easements which are a real property right, permanent and generally irrevocable.
  9. The right given by law to a creditor to have a debt or charge satisfied out of the property belonging to the debtor.
  10. Recorded contstructive notice that legal action affecting a particular piece of property is pending. By filing a lis pendens a few days before expiration of their lien, a mechanic's lien claimant can keep the lien alive beyond six months.

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