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    Hey I have this question on easements, its a problem question and I just have no idea how to go around it, I have delved into books and past papers, I am thinking it is basing alot of emphasis on s.62 and wheeldon v burrows, but I am not sure, ANY HELP would be so much appreciated, Thank you so much..........

    Perry owns Moet House and an adjacent field, the Paddock. In 2010, he granted a two-year tenancy of the first floor of Moet House to Clicquot. Subsequently, he allowed Clicquot to use the garden of Moet House to exercise her dog and to park her car in a garage on the Paddock. Perry has always used the Paddock as a route to the local village, the alternative route involving a three-mile detour.
    Earlier this year, Perry renewed Clicquot’s lease for a further two years and then sold Moet House to Krug, subject to the lease. Krug now denies Clicquot access to the garden. Perry claims that no one has a right to cross his field and refuses to allow Clicquot to use the garage.
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