B&Q v Liverpool and Lancashire Properties 
- B&Q used an easement for the purpose of deliveries to one of their stores
- The easement was granted over land leased to Liverpool and Lancashire Properties
- The servient lessees sought to build on the servient land, which would obstruct access to B&Q for delivery vehicles
- Was the easement interfered with?
- A dominant landowner is entitled to the full extent of any easement, not just what he reasonably requires
- For any minor interference, damages would be available
- For any substantial interference, injunctions would be available
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