Re Ellenborough Park [1956]


  • Two plots adjoining Ellenborough Park in Weston-super-Mare were sold to different purchasers
  • The conveyances granted to the purchasers the ‘full enjoyment’ of Ellenborough Park
  • The conveyances also contained covenants that the purchasers would pay fair proportions of the cost of keeping the park in goo condition



  • Yes


  • Also enjoyment rights alone cannot be recognised as easements, the park acted as a garden for the conveyed plots of land, providing a sufficient connection with the plots to find easements
RELATED CASE  Moody v Steggles (1879)

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