||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 392 (Mar)
||John Hobson QC and Gillian Carrington (instructed by Thring Townsend, Bath) for the claimant.
||Paul Cairnes (instructed by Alan Muir, Dorchester) for the defendant.
||25 March 2002
Highway - Diversion - Footpaths and bridleways - Points of termination of footpaths - Whether point of termination occurring when footpath crossing other highway - Whether lawful for diverted route to run along line of existing path - ss 119, 328, 329.
For the purposes of s119(2) of the the question of points of termination of a public footpath was a matter of fact to be determined in the circumstances of each case. The mere crossing of a public footpath and some other highway did not cause a point of termination for the purposes of that section.
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