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Property Law Act, s. 18

  • An owner in fee simple or an owner of a registered lease or sublease may grant to themselves an easement or a restrictive covenant over land that they own for the benefit of other land that they own in fee simple, or of which they are the owner of a registered lease or sublease. Furthermore, a corporation that owns land in fee simple and is a member of the class of persons named in s. 218 of the Land Title Act, may grant or reserve a statutory right of way over the land to itself. For further information, see chapter 55 (Property Law Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 377).