Acquisition of easements


For a right to be held as an easement, first, it must be by its nature capable of amounting to an easement, and second, that it was acquired in an appropriate way. This recording deals with the second of these matters: whether a valid enforceable easement was correctly acquired. It also gives advice on how to structure an answer to a problem question on easements.

Lecturer: Anne Street
Duration: 31 minutes (approx)

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