If the same person acquires the dominant and helpful goods, the servitude merges with the service succession and ends. The same applies when the parties do not explicitly intend to merge to remove the servitude, because you cannot have an easement through your own country. An easement agreement may stipulate that the easement lasts only as long as it is used for specific purposes, for example. B for a railway. If the easement contract sets an easement objective, the servitude ends when that objective can no longer be achieved, even if the easement contract does not provide for it. Even if the owner of the property of the real estate cannot abandon the property, the owner of an easement can terminate his servitude by abandoning it. .