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Adise on principles of Land Law
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Advise Horace on the appropriate principles of property law in these two situations:
1. Horace has bought Hillview House (HH), because he likes the southerly views. The land to the south was sold by Horace's predecessor in title, Bertie, to Peregrine, a property developer. Peregrine proposes to build a six storey development of executive apartments, Pilemhi (P). Horace has told Peregrine he cannot do this because Horace has a right to the view. Peregrine laughed and ordered 8 million tons of bricks.
2. Horace's neighbour, Clarence, is a farmer who has purchased additional fields (AF) to the east of HH. Bertie permitted Clarence to cross the land of HH to reach the new fields. Clarence used many different ways across HH but they all end at a gate in the boundary fence of HH, through which Clarence reaches AF. Clarence built a tractor shed on his land close to the gate. He can only reach the shed by crossing the land of HH. Horace has put a padlock on the gate and told Clarence he may no longer cross HH's land.
The law of property is a complex and intricate topic which is subject to numerous
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