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The recent case of Lea v Ward  produced a decision which appears to challenge the established principle that it is not possible to change the route of an easement, unless there are specific terms in the grant. If this is the case then it could have serious ramifications for land owners that retain rights over land sold off for development.
With strategic development being an opportunity for many more of our clients than 20 years ago, it is now more important than ever to ensure that the value of land is safeguarded.
One issue which is sometimes overlooked by charities is the protection of their name. This can also apply to brand names for goods and services marketed by a charity. Brand and business names can be amongst the most valuable assets of any undertaking. They should be protected, and the best way to do so is registering the name as a trade mark at the Intellectual Property Office.