A reservation is a right created out of the land granted, such as the reservation of a rent. The word "reservation," however, need not be used if the intention is otherwise clear.116 An exception, so called, in the deed, will be construed to be a reservation if such was the intention of the parties; and a reservation will be held an exception if that was the purpose.117 A reservation can be made only in favor of the grantor; not for a stranger.118 In creating a reservation the same words of limitation are necessary as in the creation of an estate.119 Reservations are used generally for the creation of rents,120 but may be for other purposes, such as an easement reserved to the grantor out of the land granted.121 A reservation is the same as a reddendum.