Acquiring a right of way by prescription (High Court)

In London Tara Hotel Ltd v Kensington Close Hotel Ltd [2010] EWHC 2749, the High Court considered whether a right of way had been acquired by prescription.

Note added 22.11.11: The Court of Appeal upheld the judgment of the High Court on 22 November 2011 (see Legal update, Acquiring a right of way by prescription (Court of Appeal)).

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