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Substantial interference

On this page we cover the general principle that the owner of the servient land (the land subject to the easement) must not substantially interfere with the right enjoyed by the owner of the dominant land (the land with the benefit of the easement) and what that means, together with the following: Deviation of the route. Electricity supply. Interference with parking rights in a block of flats. Non-derogation from grant – no obligation to take positive steps. Obstacle on adjacent…

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