A.M. Patault, Introduction historique au droit des biens
The affirmation of “jus disponendi” (associated with the right of ownership)
The power to dispose of material, to alienate and modify, not only to enjoy its possibilities. This power is held only by he who fully possesses the immovable, not by he who only enjoys its utility.
L’opposition propriété / droits sur la chose d’autrui
Servitude Art 1177: A servitude is a charge imposed on an immovable, the servient land, in favour of another immovable, the dominant land, belonging to a different owner.