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    John and Grace were the freehold proprietors of adjoining houses at numbers 27 and 29 Acacia Avenue respectively. The two neighbours always got on well and lived in their respective houses for over 25 years. Many years ago, John executed a deed which granted a ‘right of way on foot only’ to Grace along a two-metre-wide strip of the end of John’s garden to enable Grace to gain access to her allotment which is at the other side of and behind John’s land. John has always parked his car beside the gable end of Grace’s house on a piece of open land which falls within Grace’s ownership. There has never been any formal arrangement about car parking, but this is something that John has always done and Grace has never raised any objection. Grace recently sold her property to Bill and Janice. There was no mention in the conveyancing documents about either the right of way over John’s land or the parking of vehicle at the side of Grace’s property.

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