Shaw v Grouby and another

Land – Interest in land. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division upheld the decision of the trial judge in favour of the claimant in a boundary dispute. The claimant had alleged that the defendants were continuing to cause a nuisance by obstructing her rights of way and the defendants counterclaimed for declarations that the claimant had no right to open up a new entrance and that a new wall constituted a trespass in respect of the triangle of land in the vicinity of the original access point.

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