Bass v Gregory

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(1890) Easements The plaintiffs owned a public house called the 'Jolly Anglers'. The cellar of the public house was ventilated by a shaft cut from the cellar through rock into a disused well that stood in a yard on the land of the defendant. The cellar had been ventilated...

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