Rights of way without court order

LEGISLATION is being prepared which will enable registration of rights of way without a court order.

The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 provided that easements such as rights of way shall be acquired at law only on registration of a court order. However, Justice Minister Alan Shatter said he intends to include necessary amendments in this year’s Civil Law Bill, to give statutory effect to a proposed draft scheme for simplifying the procedures for registering easements.


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