‘. . the lights are a necessary and essential part of the house’
Twysden and Wyndham JJ
 EngR 798, (1793) 1 Lev 122, (1793) 83 ER 329 (A)
England and Wales
Cited – Philllips v Low ChD 3-Nov-1891
There had been a conveyance of land with a house on it whose window looked onto other land of the vendor.
Held: There was an implied ancillary right that the window would not be obscured by act of the vendor. There is applicable to devises of . .
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Updated: 22 March 2021; Ref: scu.357385