Access to my property

Re: Access to my property

Postby pilman » Mon Nov 20, 2017 1:02 pm

A right of way that runs alongside the whole length of the fence that defines the boundary of the property with the benefit of that right of way can be used to access the fence when it needs to be repaired.

The fact that a gate into the property is located part way along the right of way is completely irrelevant when that fact was used by a solicitor as a reason for not needing use of the full length of the granted right of way.

To put this as simply as possible the fence is part of the property that has a right of way, therefore the fence can be accessed using the whole length of the right of way that runs alongside that fence.

What's complicated about that explanation?
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