Which of the following is not an easement right?

A. A, as the owner of certain house, has a right of way thither over his neighbour B's land for purposes connected with the beneficial enjoyment of the house

B. A, as the owner of certain house, has a right to go on his neighbour B's land, and to take water for purposes of his household, out of a spring therein

C. A dedicates to the public the right to occupy the surface e of certain land for the purpose of passing and re-passing

D. A, as the owner of a certain house, has the right to conduct water from B's stream to supply the fountains in the garden attached to the house

Answer: Option C

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