Broadbent v Ramsbotham

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(1856)

Easements

A pond, when it occasionally exceeded a certain depth, overflowed and spread over the surface of the land, some of the escaping water gradually making its way to and augmenting a natural stream. The owner of the pond was held not liable for draining the pond.

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