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1. Judgement liens are also called…?

2. In most cases, encroachments are…?

3. A lien that is not tied to a specific piece of real estate is called a…?

4. When it is clear that there has been an encroachment, all of the following are possible outcomes, except…?

5. When two property owners join together to create a written agreement transferring an easement to another party, what is the easement called...?

6. When one neighbor has been improperly using another neighbor's property for a long time, it is possible that the court could find…?

7. How can an easement be terminated?

8. Which of the following liens typically has the highest priority?

9. In order to remove a deed restriction, a homeowner would need to…?

10. What type of lien means that the lien is attached to a piece of real estate?

11. What does the lienholder have when a lien is filed?

12. Which of the following is an example of an encumbrance?

13. What happens if the dominant and servient estates with an existing easement are combined?

14. Which of the following is a type of voluntary lien?

15. Which of the following is not required for a prescriptive easement?