||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 62 (Jun)
|| EWHC 1594 (Ch)
William Trower QC sitting as a deputy judge of the High Court
||Katherine Holland QC (instructed by Taylor Wessing LLP) for the claimants.
||Michael Barnes QC (instructed by Nabarro LLP) for the defendant.
||13 June 2012
Easement - Light - Interference with light - Remedies - Claimants owning commercial premises - Defendant owning adjacent commercial premises - Claimants alleging having right to easement of light and right obstructed by defendant's property - Claimants seeking declaration that entitled to easement or easements of light pursuant to relevant statutory provision - Whether claimants entitled to declaration - .
Easement Light. The Chancery Division held that, on the true construction of a clause in a conveyance between the previous owners of two properties, the claimants were not entitled, pursuant to the to an easement or easements of light with respect to windows of their property.
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