Jelbert v Davis 
- An easement granted access to dominant land “at all times and for all purposes”
- At the time of grant, the easement was used for agricultural purposes
- The dominant land owner planned to redevelop his farm into a caravan site capable of sustaining 200 caravans at any one time
- Would this constitute substantial interference with the easement?
- Although access by caravans could not be prevented, the circumstantial impact of the intensification would be substantial, rendering the easement suspended
- The court did not rule on how many caravan plots might constitute non-substantial interference
Posted in Land Law Revision Notes.
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