Virdi v Chana [2008]


  • An easement allowed for parking half a car on an area of servient land of equivalent size to half a car


  • Did this amount to a claim for exclusive possession or denial of reasonable enjoyment of the servient land?


  • No


  • Batchelor v Marlow [2001] was distinguished on its facts
  • Although the land buy herbal xanax online would be filled when a car was partially parked on it, the servient land owner could still alter the surface of the land and its boundaries, amongst other things, rendering ownership non-illusory
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