Harris v Flower

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1904
Year1904
CourtCourt of Appeal
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31 cases
  • Macepark (Whittlebury) Ltd v Jeffrey Ian Sargeant and Another
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 8 June 2004
    ...cannot be used to benefit non-dominant land, whether or not the non-dominant land is owned by the owner of the dominant land. 23 In Harris v Flower (1904) 74 LJ Ch 127 the Court of Appeal considered a right of way by grant over servient land. The dominant land was known as "the pink land". ......
  • Graham v Philcox
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 18 April 1984
    ...two flats which it comprised have been combined into one. He referred us to the quotation from the judgment of Lord Justice Romer in Harris v. Flower & Sons (1905) 74 L.J. CH. 127 at page 132, which is quoted on page 282 of the 14th edition of Gale on Easements and which is in these terms: ......
  • Britel Developments (Thatcham) Ltd v Nightfreight (Great Britain) Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • Invalid date
  • Lee Tat Development Pte Ltd v MCST Plan No 301
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 1 December 2008
    ... ... 111-34 and then Lot 561, the Right of Way would be used for the purposes of Lot 561, which was not permitted under the principle stated in Harris v Flower (1904) 74 LJ Ch 127. In the converse case where the Residents first passed from Lot 561 to Lot 111-34, then used the Right of Way to pass ... ...
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2 firm's commentaries
  • Don't Lose Your Way! 3 Misunderstood Aspects Of The Law Of Rights Of Way
    • United Kingdom
    • Mondaq UK
    • 28 August 2021
    ...used to go beyond the dominant tenement or to extend the area of the dominant tenement. Harris v. Flower & Sons (1905)74 L.J. Ch. 127, (1904) 91 L.T. 816 Peacock v. Custins (2001) 81 P.& C.R. Frequently the manner in which the 'rule' will operate will be relatively predictable: Bracewell v.......
  • Don't Lose Your Way! 3 Misunderstood Aspects Of The Law Of Rights Of Way
    • United Kingdom
    • Mondaq UK
    • 28 August 2021
    ...used to go beyond the dominant tenement or to extend the area of the dominant tenement. Harris v. Flower & Sons (1905)74 L.J. Ch. 127, (1904) 91 L.T. 816 Peacock v. Custins (2001) 81 P.& C.R. Frequently the manner in which the 'rule' will operate will be relatively predictable: Bracewell v.......
2 books & journal articles
  • Table of Cases
    • United Kingdom
    • Wildy Simmonds & Hill Positive Covenants and Freehold Land Contents
    • 30 August 2019
    ...v Essex County Council [2017] EWCA Civ 6, [2017] 1 WLR 1155, [2017] RTR 13, [2017] LLR 328 109 Harris v Flower & Sons (1904) 74 LJ Ch 127, 91 LT 816, 21 TLR 13, CA 178 Hart v Tulk; Hart v Gordon; Tulk v Hart; Hart v Cottrell (1852) 2 De GM & G 300, 42 ER 888, 22 LJ Ch 649 12 Haywood v Bruns......
  • Tort Law
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review No. 2017, December 2017
    • 1 December 2017
    ...in paras 26.13–26.17 above. 64 [2001] 3 SLR(R) 404. 65 [2017] SGHC 121. 66 See paras 26.77–26.78 and paras 26.151–26.152 below. 67 (1904) 91 LT 816. 68 [2014] AC 366 at [149]. 69 (1992) 174 CLR 509 at 537. 70 Lee Tat Development Pte Ltd v Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No 301 [201......

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