The Marquis of Stafford v Coyney: 1827

Where a land-owner suffered the public to use, for several years, a road through his estate for all purposes, except that of carrying coals : Held, that this was either a limited dedication of the road to the public or no dedication at all, but only a licence revocable ; and that a person carrying coals along the road after notice not to do so, was a trespasser. Semble, that there may be a Iimited dedication of a highway to the public.
[1827] EngR 201, (1827) 7 B and C 257, (1827) 108 ER 719
Cited by:
CitedBrand and Another v Philip Lund (Consultants) Ltd ChD 18-Jul-1989
The plaintiffs objected to the transport of wood from the defendant’s neighbouring land by lorry along an accessway to the plaintiff’s land. They said the defendants had no right of vehicular access. The defendants asserted a public vehicular . .
[1989] EWHC 2 (Ch)

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Updated: 14 December 2020; Ref: scu.323955