Dickinson and another v Cassillas

Land – Right of entry on land. The transfer of a property to the respondent allowed her to go onto the appellants' adjoining property to inspect her house to see if any works were needed, and to read her gas and electricity meters. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in dismissing the appellants' appeal, held that there was no basis for interfering with the recorder's findings they had behaved in a way that had amounted to a substantial interference with the respondent's exercise of her rights of access.

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