The rights to pass and repass as appropriate for access
where do our rights as owners of the land stand then if it is on our tiltle deeds.
Thank you for your answers. It is quite a tricky situation. We went ahead with purchase as we felt we could be confident that problems would not arise. We feel that in the future would not want problems to escalate as would hinder any sale. Have spoken to Lady involved but she says it is a shared drive to do whatever she wants! Will consider seeing a solicitor but as said it would have to be reported as a dispute for future reference.
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