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I see nothing in your wording here that would give me areason to believe that he is entitled to attend on your land and disconnect the water butt. Certainly, there is no right to leave it on your herb garden and damage that.
A right of way, which is referred to, is simply a right to pass and repass and nothing more than that.
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I have! All I want is clarification of the legal wording, and meaning of it especially the phrases 'full right and liberty' and 'heretofore been used and enjoyed'
Thank you. So I am entitled to having my water butt where it is and am under no obligation to remove it to comply with the land registry entry?
Yes, that is right, so long as the butt doesn't obstruct (e.g. prevent them from them from using) the right of way.
Yes. A bit slow but at least I now have answers to my query.
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