How can a right of way be simultaneously continuous and non-continuous? – Hardwicke Chambers

Posted July 12th, 2016 in appeals, news, rights of way by sally

‘In Wood v Waddington [2015] EWCA Civ 538, at first instance, Morgan J. found the Claimants had not established they had rights of way over the Defendant’s land. Lewison L.J. (with whom Richards and McCombe L.J.J. agreed) thought otherwise. The case raises some nice points in respect of easements.’

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Hardwicke Chambers, 7th July 2016