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Just because you do, doesn't mean you can! easements property property law supreme court Oct 08, 2019

Just because you’ve always done it doesn’t mean you’re actually allowed to.

When talking property, you would think that ownership and the right to access land would be clear cut, but quite often that’s not the case.

Who owns the laneway that cuts between your house and the...

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The Court's power to create an Easement - and the requirement not to be "foolish, irrational or unreasonable" in the process easements litigation property property law Jun 18, 2019

A 2018 decision by the Supreme Court of New South Wales reinforces the fact that if there is an obvious encroachment on your property over a number of years, it cannot later be denied that an existing use exists.

The matter of Rawson v Studholme [2018] NSWSC 1764 dealt with a right of way that...

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What's the parking situation like? Important lessons for property purchasers and agents easements property purchasing property supreme court Dec 03, 2017

Property purchasers and especially real estate agents should take note of a Supreme Court decision handed down last week in relation to representations made regarding a property’s right of way (aka “easement for carriageway”), and whether the property owners had the...

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Love thy neighbour – especially if you’re renovating! Using easements to your advantage. easements neighbours property renovation Apr 19, 2016

There are a number of reasons why it’s a good thing to know your neighbours and be on good terms … but one situation that may not come immediately to mind is when you want to renovate or develop your property.  Having a good relationship with your neighbour can be the difference...

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