Managing right of way disputes with neighbours

It is vital for landowners to understand the nature and extent of rights of way that burden or benefit their land. Where a landowner is not clear on the extent of the right, disputes can arise - at times leading to costly litigation.

 

Writing for Farmers Weekly, Thrings solicitor David Quinn, a specialist in advising clients in disputes including claims in trespass, nuisance, negligence, boundary and party wall disputes, considers the rights of owners of land over which a private right of way passes and offers them on how they can keep their neighbours on the right path.

 

Click here to read Farmers Weekly's article.

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