RIGHT OF WAY DISPUTES
A right of way is the legal right (or an easement) established by usage or express grant, to pass along a specific route through grounds or property belonging to another. This may for instance involve the use of a shared pathway to get to your property, the need to travel over a neighbour’s land to reach a piece of your land, or a requirement to access a neighbour’s land to carry out building works.
People often however misunderstand the land which they do (or do not) own and the rights which they do (or do not) have. This might include the belief that an area used to access a property or piece of land was within their ownership when in fact it was not. It might also include a point of access which you own but which is being used by a neighbour in circumstances where you believe that they do not have such a right.
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