De Wit and another v Arrowsmith and another

Right of way – Private right of way. The claimants succeeded in a dispute concerning the rights of way over land that they had purchased from the defendants. The Chancery Division held that, on the evidence, the claimants had rights of way over the two relevant drives. An injunction was not required, and existing cross-undertakings would remain in force until further order, but would be discharged in three months after the handing-down of the judgment.

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