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Section 3 of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995 (LT(C)A 1995) provides that, with respect to those tenancies to which LT(C)A 1995 applies, the benefit and burden of all landlord and tenant covenants of a tenancy shall be annexed and incident to the whole, and to each and every part, of the premises demised by the tenancy and the reversion of them, and shall pass on an assignment of the whole or any part of those premises or the reversion in them in accordance with the section. This means that covenants are not, save for certain exceptions, personal to the parties, but rather relate to the land.
In this scenario, Plot A has a right of way over Plot
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