Baxter v Taylor

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(1832) Easements The plaintiff owned the freehold of a close, but had let it out to a tenant. The defendant had entered upon the close with horses and cart, and, although asked to cease from doing so by the plaintiff, had continued to do so, claiming a right of...

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