Easement appurtenant vs in gross
Presumed to be appurtenant unless clear facts to the contrary.
Easement in gross occurs where easement meant to benefit a particular person, as opposed to the land.
Example: A owns lakefront property and grants B, who lives in a town across the lake, an easement to gain access to the lake at a certain point on A’s property. A created an easement in gross because it benefits B, not any land owned by B.