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It is often the case that, where a party has granted rights to another over land and then sells or transfers that land, difficulties can arise in establishing the nature of that right and whether it continues. Much will depend upon the nature of the grant of permission. Frequently, an informal agreement will be reached to allow a neighbour to (for example) park on land. In the event that such permission is informally given and is undocumented, it will likely amount merely to a personal licence, terminable at any time. Such a licence will be personal to A and B, so that it will not bind C upon the purchase of A’s land. Upon that purchase, the personal licence will terminate.
It is possible that A and B entered into a more formal agreement, either by way of a contractual licence (which in certain circumstances can pass to C, where C has adopted the contractual agreement with B), or by creating a formal right (ie an easement). A
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