Easement by Way of Common Intention

In Donovan and another v Rana and another [2014] EWCA Civ 99, the Court of Appeal has held that a transferee of a residential building plot had impliedly been granted an easement by way of common intention to lay their public utility services in the transferor’s retained land to connect to the mains services in the public highway.

Written by James Naylor

Partner, CG Naylor LLP.