it is created by deed ( LPA 1925 and LP(MP)A 1989) equitable easements can only be created expressly. An express easement will be equitable if it complies with LP(MP)A 1989. A prescription which is more proximate with this scenario is the possibility for an easements to be created simply by continuous usage over a long period at common law, by lost modern grant and as provided by the prescription Act 1832 the proof to such a creation is a continuous usage of the right for 20 years which is satisfied by the twenty two years of repetition of the right by the neighbour. An implied creation is only available on a sale of part.
The internet is increasingly used as a source of information and it is just as important to reference internet sources as it is to reference printed sources. Information on the internet changes rapidly and web pages move or are sometimes inaccessible meaning it can often be difficult to validate or even find information cited from the internet. When referencing web pages it is helpful to include details that will help other people check or follow up the information. A suggested format is to include the author of the information (this may be an individual, group or organisation), the date the page was put on the internet (most web pages have a date at the bottom of the page), the title, the http:// address, and the date you accessed the web page (in case the information has been subsequently modified). A format for referencing web pages is given below.