A lease, particularly of a flat in a purpose-built block, may contain the right to a car parking space. There has been some uncertainty as to whether the right to park can exist in law as an easement, or whether such rights are merely contractual rights1. In the case of registered land parking rights have been held to constitute an overriding interest2 which is binding on the landlord
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