Borman v Griffith [1930]


  • A 7 year lease over part of some land was granted to the claimant, which no expressly reserved right of access
  • The remainder of the land was let to the defendant
  • The claimant regularly used a right of way over the defendant’s land, which the defendant subsequently obstructed after obtaining possession


  • Did the claimant have an easement over the defendant’s land?


  • Yes


  • The easement was necessary for the the claimant’s business to function, and was apparent in its use
  • An easement was implied under the rule in Wheeldon v Burrows (1879)
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