Access legal indemnity news

Below you’ll find articles or communications we’ve issued over the last couple of years which are related to our Access indemnities.

Autumn 2017 - Insight: access not included
Intouch Autumn 2017 - Insight: access not included
Despite his home being his castle, there are plenty of Englishmen (and women) who don’t have a legal right to use their own drawbridge.
Autumn 2017 - Access denied
Intouch Autumn 2017 - Access denied
When an insured faced losing vehicular access to her home of seven years, and couldn’t demonstrate any prescriptive rights, we had to look into other options in order to resolve her difficult situation.
Autumn 2017 - Writing a prescription
Intouch Autumn 2017 - Writing a prescription
They say that it’s easier to beg forgiveness than ask permission. But when it comes to proving prescriptive rights over an access way, establishing whether consent has been granted can be the difference between success and failure.
Spring 2015 - Trouble at t'mill - a recent claim
Intouch Spring 2015 - Trouble at t'mill - a recent claim
As you know, during the conveyancing process, solicitors carry out a number of searches and investigations to identify potential title defects. And sometimes, something that first appears straightforward can turn out to be anything but.
Spring 2014 - In perpetuity, in practice
Intouch Spring 2014 - In perpetuity, in practice
Imagine the scenario: you've owned your property for over a decade, in which time you've carried out various improvements. Suddenly, the neighbours take exception to an entrance you created some years earlier, and you find yourself faced with legal action.
Summer 2013 - Get off my land!
Intouch Summer 2013 - Get off my land!
Imagine arriving at your property to find that posts had been erected to stop you gaining access. This was the scenario facing one of our insured parties recently, and it highlighted the value of an Access Indemnity policy.