Chapman v Cripps and Others: 1862

The mere use by people of tracks in a wood, where they were free to wander about as they pleased, is not necessarily enough to show a dedication of such tracks to the public as public footways.

[1862] EngR 23 (B), (1862) 2 F and F 864
England and Wales


Updated: 05 January 2022; Ref: scu.286189