Published December 1980
by Stationery Office Books .
Written in English
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Following the parties having been granted an award under the act the landowner can enter onto neighbouring land, even if the neighbour is reluctant to grant access, upon giving 14 days notice of their intention to do so, as long as the access is exclusively to carry out the works described in the award. Often it is vital for one neighbour to go on to the land of another to carry out repairs to their own property. Accordingly, there is a legal right that allows this under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act Generally, if you go onto to your neighbours land without their permission, you are trespassing. Get this from a library! Rights of access to neighbouring land: report on a reference under section 3(1)(e) of the Law Commissions Act [Great Britain. Law Commission.]. Rights of access to neighbouring land: report on a reference under section 3(1) (e) of The Law Commission Act / The Law Commission. KF G Rights of access to neighbouring land / The Law Commission.
Access to Neighbouring Land: expert view Brady Solicitors property law experts discuss your rights under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act Generally speaking, when a home-owner wants to carry out work on their property but needs access to a neighbouring property, it’s a simple case of informing the neighbour of the work to be carried. private rights of access to neighbouring land to maintain and repair fixtures on one’s own property; and private rights of access to neighbouring land to carry out work on utility services on that neighbouring land. The second Report will focus on disputes relating to noise and trees. WIDER CONCEPT OF "NEIGHBOUR". There are currently no known outstanding effects for the Access to Neighbouring Land Act Revised legislation carried on this site may not be fully up to date. At the current time any known changes or effects made by subsequent legislation have been applied to the text of the legislation you are viewing by the editorial team. The Party Walls Act creates rights for developers to access land belonging to neighbours where works will interfere with or create party walls and party structures on or next to the boundary between the development site and the neighbouring land.
THE LAW COMMISSION RIGHTS OF ACCESS TO NEIGHBOURING LAND To the Right Honourable the Lord Hailsham of St. Ma ylebone, C.H., Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain PART I - INTRODUCTION In this report we consider the law relating to the rights of persons to gain access to neighbouring land for the purpose of carrying out work to their own land and . THE LAW COMMISSION Working Paper No. 78 RIGHTS OF ACCESS TO NEIGHBOURING LAND PART 1 INTRODUCTION This working paper has been prepared in response to a reference made to us by the Lord Chancellor on 3 August under section 3(l)(e) of the Law Commissions Act 1, Our terms of reference given. The Access to Neighbouring Land Act sought to simplify the law on the right to access a neighbour’s land for the purposes of repair by creating a general right to access, instead of a variety of rights, which were only applicable to specific cases and arose rarely. Access orders would not be obtainable against the Crown: nor would access be given to any neighbouring land that is the highway, because existing law provides adequate means of access under the provisions of the Highways Act The courts will have the normal discretion as to costs which would be exercisable in accordance with existing.