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If you upload your title as a single pdf file using the clip icon I will look at this for you. Usually rights of access are either in section A or Section D of a title sheet.
Thanks. It’s the narrative I need to see in full please.
Thanks for doing that. Amongst your title deeds is there a copy of the Disposition by James Rendell and John Pottinger in favour of Margaret Pottinger recorded on 2nd December 1898. I suspect that might determine the rights of access. If it doesn’t it will be in one of the other two deeds referred to as (FIRST) and (SECOND) on the second page of the deed you have provided. In other words the rights of access aren’t specifically stated in your title. Your title refers to earlier deeds which may have created the right of access. So the earlier deeds have to be looked at. I hope this helped you today. Please do let me know if I can clarify anything. I am always happy to help. You are always welcome to ask a follow up question if it will help you further.