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Andrew Francis writes for New Law Journal

As a number of recent cases have shown, claims in private nuisance are just as much a feature of the landscape of property disputes as those based on other rights and obligations, such as under easements and covenants. In an article for New Law Journal, ‘All the world’s a stage’, Andrew Francis presents a property drama in five acts.

Andrew’s practice has an emphasis on real property law. He is recognised as a leading authority on the law of restrictive covenants affecting freehold land, and on the law of rights of light. He has been instructed in many of the major cases in these areas of law in the last three decades. He is the author, and also the co-author of text books on covenants, rights of light and private rights of way.

You can read Andrew’s article in full here.             

This article was first published in New Law Journal.