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Very few rights attach to land automatically; probably the only one is a right of support to the bare soil. Thereafter rights have to be acquired, mostly by the common law route. The Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992, a response to a particular case, attempts to codify the law concerning an owner's right to enter next door's land in order to carry out necessary repairs to their own property.
This pack paraphrases and comments on the nine sections of the Act, which should be used more as an encouragement to reach agreement than a tool to enforce it.