right of ways

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plural form of right of way
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A legal easement granted for the construction of a roadway or railway
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A legal right of passage over another's land or pathways

restricted byway” means a highway over which the public have restricted byway rights, with or without a right to drive animals of any description along the highway, but no other rights of way.

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The right to proceed first in traffic
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Land on which a right of way exists
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The priority granted to the first person to properly execute an attack
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The area modified for passage of a railway; often specifically the railbed and tracks
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A strip of land which is used as a roadbed, either for a street or railway The land is set aside as an easement or in fee, either by agreement or condemnation May also be used to describe the right itself to pass over the land of another
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right of a vehicle to go first; right to pass through someone else's property
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Permission given allowing specified persons access to property for specified reasons Routinely deeded to utility companies to allow them to access and maintain equipment located on private property
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(1) The right to pass over property owned by another, usually based upon an easement (2) A path or thoroughfare over which passage is made (3) A strip of land over which facilities such as highways, railroads or power lines are built
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Private property acquired, at a fair price by a utility for generation, transmission and distribution facilities Also, land obtained to run lines to houses Signed agreements are obtained from land owners
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(The) The legal right to make use of a certain passage whether high-road, by-road, or private road Watercourses, ferries, rivers, etc , are included in the word “ways ” Private right of way may be claimed by immemorial usage, special permission, of necessity; but a funeral cortège or bridal party having passed over a certain field does not give to the public the right of way, as many suppose
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A privilege operating as an easement upon land, whereby the owner does by grant, or by agreement, give to another the right to pass over his land; to construct a roadway over, or use as a roadway, a specific part of his land, telephone, telegraph, or electric power lines, or the right to place underground water mains, gas mains or sewer mains
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A right of way is a public path across private land
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The right of another to cross over, under or through a parcel of land
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In short track skating, the lead skater has the right of way and the passing skater is responsible for avoiding body contact In long track skating, the skater who starts in the outside lane has the right of way at the crossover if they arrive at the same time, but otherwise the skater in the lead has the right of way
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(1)The right to pass over property owned by another, usually based upon an easement (2) A path or thoroughfare over which passage is made (3) A strip of land over which facilities such as highways, railroads or power lines are built
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A right of way is a strip of land that is used for a road, railway line, or power line
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The right to pass over or through a property owned by others based upon an easement
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the passage consisting of a path or strip of land over which someone has the legal right to pass
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An easement or right of passage over another's land; the strip of land used as a roadbed by a railroad or used for a public purpose by other public utilities The right or privilege to pass over a designated portion of the property of another A privilege operating as an easement upon land, whereby the owner, by grant, or by agreement, gives to another the right to access over his land, to construct a roadway, or use as a roadway a specific part of his land, or the right to construct through and over his land, telephone, telegraph or electric power lines, or the right to place underground water mains, gas mains, or sewer mains
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the track, roadbed, and property along the track owned by the railroad On a model railroad, the term refers to the track, roadbed, and subroadbed
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The privilege to cross over the land of another by one person or persons An easement
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When someone who is driving or walking along a road has right of way or the right of way, they have the right to continue along a particular road or path, and other people must stop for them
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The right to pass over another's land, more or less frequently, according to the nature of an easement
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1 The order of precedence in passing or proceeding, as of ships in a channel 2 The right of one person to cross land owned by another
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the privilege of someone to pass over land belonging to someone else
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the right of way is the land set aside for use as a highway corridor Rights of way are purchased prior to the construction of a new road, and usually enough extra land is purchased for the purpose of building sound walls, retaining walls, and other mitigation features Sometimes, rights of way are left vacant after the initial roadway facility is constructed to allow for future highway expansion
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The right to pass over or use another’s land
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the passage consisting of a path or strip of land over which someone has the legal right to pass the right of one vehicle or vessel to take precedence over another the privilege of someone to pass over land belonging to someone else
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The privilege to pass over another person's land, as granted by the owner of that land Right of way falls under the general category of easement ( see Easement)
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The land (usually a strip) acquired for or devoted to transportation purposes For example, highway ROW and railroad ROW
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the right of one vehicle or vessel to take precedence over another
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The right to pass over another's land, more or less frequently, according to the nature of the easement
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The right of a party to pass over the land of another
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The right, based on an easement, to pass over or through a property owned by others
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A person may have the right to cross your property to gain access to his own property, or there may be a general pathway across the land
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The privilege to pass over another personâs land, as granted by the owner of that land Right of way falls under the general category of easement ( see Easement)
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A right granted by a property owner to another to build, maintain and use a road, utility line or similar improvement over his property
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