What means Ground serviceability (right of way)?

The right of way is a kind of service or easement, which is mentioned in the "New Civil Code" (Part 5 of Article 70). The right of way is a restriction on the rights of owners and users. This means that certain other people (usually neighbours) must not be hindered from crossing the plot.

When the public road can only be reached through certain properties, the land servitude is usually established through a notary. If the user no longer has a reasonable interest in the right, for example because there is another way, the court can revoke the right of way.