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Weaver v Smith [2023] EWHC 1200 (Ch)

Article contributed by Ian Quayle   Ian Quayle considers the recent case of Weaver v Smith which explores the common problem of identifying the extent of a right of way. The case highlights the problems associated with plans and the need to revert to the wording of the relevant deed for help and guidance, as well as the use of extrinsic evidence to determine what was intended when the right of way was created.    Case name, reference and Bailii…

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