Haynes v King

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(1893)  Easements - Prescription Act 1832, s. 3 A lease contained a declaration 'notwithstanding anything herein contained, the lessors shall have power, without obtaining any consent from, or making any compensation to, the lessee, to deal as they may think fit with any of the premises adjoining or contiguous...

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