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Indian Easements Act, 1882

41. Extinction on termination of necessity

An easement of necessity is extinguished when the necessity comes to an end.


A grants B a field inaccessible except by passing over A's adjoining land. B, afterwards purchases a part of that land over which he can pass to his field. The right of way over A's land which B has acquired is extinguished.

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