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The first edition of Bland on Easements recorded the evolution of a distinctive Irish jurisprudence on the subject for the first time, and has become the standard text.
This new edition explores the extensive reform of the law of easements following the repeal of the Prescription Act, 1832, the abolition of the former methods of prescription and the introduction of a single statutory mechanism for the acquisition of rights by prescription in the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act, 2009.
The work assesses the new provisions governing the acquisition of implied rights and the extinguishment of rights on non-user. Consideration is given to how the new provisions will be interpreted by the courts and the consequences for practitioners. This area of the law has undergone its most significant developments for almost two centuries and the application of the statutory innovations requires attention.
Bland on Easements includes a detailed examination of the party structure provisions of the Act of 2009 and has been expanded to address public rights of way and other public rights.