Servitus Tigni Immittendi Law and Legal Definition

Servitus tigni immittendi is a Latin term which means ‘the servitude of letting in a beam.’ It means an urban servitude allowing the neighbor to insert beams on his/her wall. It consists in requiring a person who owes it. It differs from the servitude oneris ferendi for the fact that in the former the owner of the servient building is bound to repair and rebuild the wall; whereas, in the latter the owner of the servient building is not bound to repair and rebuild the wall.