Mind the gap – don’t fall into the trap of landlocking your land

Posted Jan 6, 2020

The recent decision in the long running litigation between neighbours in Ruddiman v Hawthorne marks yet another cautionary tale which emphasises the need to engage legal advisors who appreciate the wider picture.

The case illustrates the importance of having the appropriate accesses, services and servitudes in place before selling and splitting off parcels of land, particularly where there is a possibility to develop the retained land in the future.

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