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It is a possible for certain persons to have rights over land belonging to another. This can allow a person to enter land and carry out certain activity. This right is called an easement. So the tenants of a block of flats may have the right to park their car on the estate, to use the communal gardens and to walk in the main hallways of the block to get to and from their flat. Sometimes easements are abused and the court can issue and injunction, make a declaration and order compensation against the offender.
One example of an easement is a right of way. Such a right may exist over a road or path or across land. The right may be a right to pass on foot or by all methods including motor vehicles. Enforcement of such rights is routinely made by the court.
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