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What does common passage mean between two houses?

Common passage between 2 houses. One person said the whole passage belongs to him but both back gardens have a gate which leads into this passage. Currently used to store ladders, wheelie bins etc, has so far been shared but now in dispute, on title plan it just says the common passage

Asked on Mar 13 2011, General in Liverpool | Report content

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  • This therefore means that the common passage is for the use of both parties. Would suggest trying to reason with your neighbour.

    Answered on Mar 16 2011, Report content

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