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Right of Way Disputes

Right of Way Disputes

A third party may have a right of way over your land.  Similarly, you may have a right of way over someone else’s land.  Either way, those rights stand to be protected and, in some cases, established in the first place.

Whatever concern you may have regarding a right of way, we can help you achieve the best possible result.

If you are concerned about an issue relating your right of way either over your own property, or over someone else’s property, we invite you to call Mark Ridley on 01252 733 770 to discuss your options.

 

Bourne Blades Fundraiser: John O'Groats to Land's End

Hannah Tinsley
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Last month volunteers from local football club Bourne Blades ran and cycled the distance from John O’Groats to Land’s End in a virtual relay to raise money for two local charities. An initial group of 30 volunteers, including three members of the...

BakerLaw v North East Hampshire Police Force

Tristan Groves
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"Keep calm and carry on" resonates within this summary today. I am awfully impressed by the BakerLaw and North-East Hampshire Police (NEHP) teams last night, as despite the difficult and unprecedented times we find ourselves in, the players turned...