One would need to determine if it is an appurtenant easement which goes with the land, or an easement in gross, which is assigned to a particular person.
Easement in gross do not transfer to the new owner.
Generally most easements are appurtenant.
The court will look to any writing (contractual, contained in the deed) and the circumstances surrounding the situation to determine what type of easement was intended.
If it is recorded it is generally appurtenant.
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