Nickerson v Barroughclough

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[1981] Ch. 246


This is the leading modern case on easements of necessity. The Court of Appeal held that the doctrine of way of necessity is founded upon an implication from the circumstances of a grant of land, and is not a free-standing rule of public policy.

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