Peacock v Custins 
- The claimant was the owner of dominant land to an easement granting access to his land
- The claimant used the easement to also access land adjoining the dominant land
- Could the defendant stop the claimant using the easement to gain access to the adjoining land?
- This case reiterated the rule in Harris v Flower (1904) that a right of access may only be used for accessing the land to which access was granted
Posted in Land Law Revision Notes.
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