Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
Hi everyone, there is a piece of land adjacent to ours and the people that own it are applying for planning on it. However, the only access they have to the land is through ours. There does not seem to be any specific route or size of their access over our land and the only paragraph of text we have referring to it is as follows.
Rights granted for the benefit of the Property:
A right of way at all times and for the purpose of gaining access to and egress from the property so far as is necessary over the land shown coloured brown on plan B *(this is our land)* annexed hereto subject to the transferee the owner or occupier for the time being of the property making a due and proper proportion of the cost of maintaining and repairing the said land coloured brown such proportion in the event if dispute to be determined by the transferors surveyor.
If anyone can shed any light on this issue, I would be very grateful.
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