Stanning v Baldwin  EWHC 1350 (Ch)
The case concerned whether a landowner could rely on a prescriptive right of way to carry out a development of her property. The court considered whether the development would infringe the test of “radical alteration” derived from Macadams v Robinson and concluded that it would not. There were also issues as to the boundary and whether the owner had acquired an easement of drainage by prescription.
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