TITLE

Bakewell Management Ltd v Brandwood and others

AUTHOR(S)
Denyer-Green, Barry
PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
EG: Estates Gazette;5/15/2004, Issue 420, p168
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents a report of the proceedings of the Bakewell Management Ltd. v. Brandwood and others cases about easements. Decision of the House of Lords on the case which was appealed by the appellants from a decision of the Court of Appeal; Opinion of Lord Bingham of Cornhill, Lord Hope of Craighead and Lord Scott of Foscote on the case; Facts of the case; Statutory prohibition.
ACCESSION #
13258794

 

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