Since an easement is unique to the agreement between the two parties, easement agreements are structured in such a way as to clarify the specific use of the immovable property and that the end of the easement is granted to the owner of the land. Such agreements are sometimes transferred during a real estate sale, so it is important for potential buyers to know if there are easements on the property to be valued. A typical easement agreement used to describe a high-level agreement between the owner of a property and another party, either a person or an organization, describes a form of payment from the applicant to the owner for the right to use the object of the easement for specific purposes. A contract of servitude or servitude is a real estate concept that defines a scenario in which one party uses the property of another party, with a royalty being paid to the owner of the property in return for the right to servitude. . . .