Lloyds Bank v Dalton

This information is only available to paying isurv subscribers.

(1942)

Easements

The plaintiffs' yard and outbuilding had been supported for many years by the defendants' dye works. The Court held that the defendants must have known or must be taken to have had a reasonable opportunity of knowing that their building supported the plaintiffs'.

To continue reading, start your free trial here. Please note your trial does not include access to downloads. To explore our subscription options and access downloads, please click here.

Or sign up to the isurv newsletter, your monthly round up of the latest isurv updates.

For further questions, don't hesitate to call: +44(0)247 686 8555.