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The wording is "the land is subject to the following rights reserved by a Conveyance of the Land in this title and other land dated 24 June 1946 made between HR Bird(purchaser) and JC Becket (Sub-purchaser):- and also excepting and reserving unto the owner or occupier for the time being of the property known as Shortwood adjoining the premises hereby conveyed and to the owner or occupier for the time being of that part of Shortwood Rough Grounds which edged with a green line on the said plan a right of way for all purposes across the premises hereby conveyed between the points marked J and K on the said plan such owners and occupiers contributing a proportionate part of the cost of repairing and maintaining the said rights of way.
Ok, if one or more of the new owners started a business in the wood, e.g. paint balling, target practise/archery would that constitute a change of use and could I object on the grounds of excess traffic using the right of way.