The Company may insure easements appurtenant if properly described and created. Do not insure easements in gross, licenses, profits a prendre, or easements pursuant to reciprocal easement agreements unless you secure the Company’s approval. Do not include the words “rights” or “privileges” when describing an insured easement unless you secure the Company’s approval; you may be insuring personal rights or covenants the Company does not wish to insure. When excepting to easements, also consider and except to implied easements (e.g., way of necessity or implied easement of necessity) when one tract is landlocked upon severance or mortgage of a portion of land or if a road, line, or other use occurs across a severed tract. Do not rely upon merger to waive easements after the dominant and servient estates are acquired by one owner, a later severance may create an implied easement.