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Norfolk County Council, Regina (on the Application Of) v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Admn 10 Feb 2005

The claimant sought to challenge the confirmation of a public footpath. Pitchford J described how the court should interpret the definitive map made under the 1981 Act: ‘The correct approach to interpretation of the definitive map and statement must be a practical one. They should be examined together with a view to resolving the question … Continue reading Norfolk County Council, Regina (on the Application Of) v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Admn 10 Feb 2005

Regina v Secretary of State for Environment ex parte Billson: Admn 16 Feb 1998

A deed granting access to a common in accordance with the section included access by horseback as well as by foot. The court upheld the Inspector’s decision that the 20-year user of the land relied upon by the applicant for the modification was not ‘as of right’ because a revocable deed by the landowner’s predecessor … Continue reading Regina v Secretary of State for Environment ex parte Billson: Admn 16 Feb 1998