Answer the following questions as true/false
0 of 7 Questions completed
You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again.
Quiz is loading…
You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz.
You must first complete the following:
0 of 7 Questions answered correctly
Time has elapsed
- Review / Skip
A right to enter another’s land and take something away from it, such as timber or minerals, is called a license.CorrectIncorrect
The holder of a profit has a possessory interest in the land.CorrectIncorrect
An easement is irrevocable, while a license is revocable.CorrectIncorrect
An encroachment is a trespass, and a court may order an encroachment to be removed.CorrectIncorrect
If ignored, a license could ripen into a prescriptive easement or even title by adverse possession.CorrectIncorrect
An encroachment is legally classified as an encumbrance.CorrectIncorrect
A license to use another’s land creates a temporary interest in that land for the license holder.CorrectIncorrect