The use by the public or by any person of any way across land1 comprised in an access agreement or order, or the use of a way across land for the purposes of open-air recreation2, is to be disregarded for the purpose of any enactment or rule of law under which the dedication of a highway3 or the grant of an easement4 may be presumed or established by prescription5.
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