Continuous And Discontinuous Easement
He sells Front Lot to Al, and then five years later sells Back Lot to Bob. Bob wants to use a dirt path indicated by the red line to access the Road, and seeks an easement by necessity. (It doesn't matter which lot gets sold, just that they do not have a single owner.)
A quasi easement arises when both tracts of land are owned by a single person. A quasi easement can be converted into a true easement if the landowner sells one of the tracts of his/her land. This easement can also mean an obligation relating to land which is not a true easement such as a landowner’s obligation to maintain the fence between the landowner’s tract and another person’s tract.
An easement may be acquired in virtue of a local custom. Such easements are called customary easements.
By the custom of a certain village every cultivator of village land is entitled, as such to graze his cattle on the common pasture. A having become the tenant of a plot of uncultivated land in the village breaks up and cultivates that plot. He thereby acquires an easement to graze his cattle in accordance with the