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Historic Preservation Easement

  1. A conservation easement used to preserve the façade, interior, or surroundings of a historic structure. These easements require preservation of the essential character of the building while permitting changes that are necessary to ensure that the building is maintained and remains economically viable over time. [Source: West Virginia LandTrust, Frequently Used Terms: http://www.wvlandtrust.org]