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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... was not allowed (z). A right to light can, however, be claimed for a greenhouse which has enjoyed the access of light for twenty years (A). And in respect of a definite aperture.--And since the section, in addition to mentioning buildings, requires that the " use and access" of light must be enjoyed in order to give a right to light, it follows that there must be some window or aperture through which the light can be used (/). Nature of a right to light.--The nature of a right to light was discussed in the recent case of Colls v. Home and Colonial Stores, Limited (m). This case will be further considered in the next chapter when dealing with the extent of easements. In the course of his judgment in that case, Lord Lindley said («):--" The general principle deducible from previous authorities appears to be that the right to light is in truth no more than a right to be protected against a particular form of nuisance" (i.e., nuisance caused by the (0 Harris v. De Pinna, (1886) 33 C. D. 238. In the Court of Appeal the decision was upheld on other grounds. (k) Clifford v. Holt, 1899J I Ch. 698. (/) See per Bowen, L.J., in Scott v. Pape, (1866) 31 Ch. Div. at p. 571. (m) 1904 A. C. 179. (») Ibid. p. 212. erection of buildings), "and that an action for the obstruction of light which has, in fact, been used and enjoyed for twenty years without interruption or written consent, cannot be sustained unless the obstruction amounts to an actionable nuisance." Sect1on 2.--Easements Relat1ng To The Flow Of A1r. It has just been pointed out that the owner of a house can acquire a right to compel his neighbour to refrain from building in such a way as to interfere with the flow of light over the neighbour's land to the windows of the house. Easement of...
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