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    Alfred sells the property to Berty. Alfred has a verbal agreement with Berty that Berty can build a bridge going from Alfred's property to Berty's because it will benefit Alfred, in that it will generate extra customers. Alfred and Berty have a falling out. Alfred tells Berty he must knock down the bridge.

    Is this an easement or a licence? Nothing was given in writing by way of a contract. Can he just tell Berty to knock it down? And Berty has no rights?
 
 
 

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