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NPACA1949 S58 PDF Print E-mail

the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949  (c.97)

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58.   ...

(1) In section one of the Rights of Way Act, 1932 (which by subsection (1) of that section raises a presumption of dedication of a Highway after twenty years' enjoyment by the public unless there is sufficient evidence of absence of intention to dedicate or unless during such period of twenty years there was no person in possession capable of dedicating, and by subsection (2) of that section raises a presumption of dedication after forty years' enjoyment unless there is sufficient evidence of absence of intention to dedicate) the words from "or unless during such period of twenty years" to the end in the said subsection (1), and the said subsection (2), shall cease to have effect.

(2) Nothing in this section shall affect any proceedings pending at the commencement of this Act, and where in respect of any way a court of competent jurisdiction decides in any proceedings so pending, or has before the commencement of this Act decided, that the way is not a Highway, this section shall not apply except as respects enjoyment of the way after the date of the decision.




this section REPEALED by ;
Highways Act 1959 sched.25
London Government Act 1963 sched.6



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