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Columnist Stephanie Whitchurch, of Tallents Solicitors, Newark, looks at issues surrounding rights of way

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Easements are legal rights of way over someone else’s land and are standard features of land ownership, writes Stephanie Whitchurch, Partner at Tallents Solicitors.

What are express easements?

Often a landowner with land-locked land will have an express easement over their neighbour’s land to allow them to access their own land by foot or vehicle, or for the benefit of services, maintenance and utilities (perhaps such as sewage treatment systems or to maintain pipework).

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