Corporation of Glasgow v M’Ewan: HL 23 Nov 1899

The Glasgow Waterworks Commissioners were infeft in a servitude, exclusive and perpetual, of way-leave through certain lands for the purpose of constructing and maintaining a conduit. Held ( aff. judgment of the First Division) that the Commissioners were liable for assessment as heritors for the upkeep of the manse of the parish through which the conduit passed.
Lord Chancellor (Halsbury), and Lords Macnaghten, Shand, and Brampton
[1899] UKHL 620, 37 SLR 620

Updated: 01 June 2021; Ref: scu.631843