Moody v Steggles (1879)


  • An easement was granted in favour of a public house owner to affix a sign to adjoining property


  • Was this a valid easement?


  • Yes


  • The easement did accommodate dominant land, despite also benefitting the business situated on the dominant land: it would continue to benefit successors in title to the dominant land
RELATED CASE  Re Ellenborough Park [1956]

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