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I bought the property on 29th September, 2014. The property was an old corn mill which was managed and eventually split into a number of small properties. Many of the other properties have fishing rights.
I found some paper work dated on 1st October 1996, which states that until fishing rights are formally granted that there are no rights of fishing in the river stour - i think from Furley Page Fielding & Barton. They acted for a Meloline Properties Limited who sold the property to a mr V Shute in 1996. The previous owner
I found a second document "imposing fresh restrictive covenants" between both parties... exlcuding any right or interest of in any respect of any fishing or fishery in any water comprised in or adjoining the property.
what are the laws in the England as i believe the Stour fishing association have fishing rights for this stretch of river?
as below... document HM Land Registry listing the title numbers....
The Transferor: Meloline Properties
The Transferee: Mark Ellison
The Plan: attached
The Price: £25,000
All that freehold property known as Leat Cottage Chartham Corn Mill Chartham Canterbury Kent as is for identification shown edged red on the plan TOGETHER WITH (subject to the provisions of clause 5.3) the exclusive right to park two private motor cars on the car parking area shown coloured pink on the plan BUT EXCLUDING any right or interest of in respect of any fishing or fishery in any water comprised in or adjoining the property.