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California Code, Civil Code - CIV § 811

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HOW EXTINGUISHED. ?A servitude is extinguished:

1.?By the vesting of the right to the servitude and the right to the servient tenement in the same person;

2.?By the destruction of the servient tenement;

3.?By the performance of any act upon either tenement, by the owner of the servitude, or with his assent, which is incompatible with its nature or exercise; ?or,

4.?When the servitude was acquired by enjoyment, by disuse thereof by the owner of the servitude for the period prescribed for acquiring title by enjoyment.

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