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" And if any one shall have windows looking towards the land of a neighbour, and although he and his predecessors have long been possessed of the view of the aforesaid windows, nevertheless, his neighbour may lawfully obstruct the view of those windows,... "
Some Account of Domestic Architecture in England: From the conquest to the ... - Page 20
by Thomas Hudson Turner, John Henry Parker - 1877
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 209

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1860
...operation of the well-known Assize of 1189 (Domestic Architecture, i. pp. 18 et gey.), which provided " And if any one shall have windows looking towards...neighbour, and although he and his predecessors have heen long possessed of the view of the aforesaid windows, nevertheless his neighbour may lawfully obstruct...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 14

Robert Vaughan - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1851
...characteristic clauses follow. This is curious ' And if any one shall have windows looking toward the land of a neighbour, and although he, and his...nevertheless his neighbour may lawfully obstruct the view of these windows, by building opposite to them on his own ground, as he shall consider most expedient;...
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England in the Early Middle Ages

Derek Baker - History - 1995 - 296 pages
...said wall, or lessen its thickness, or make arches in it, without the assent and will of the other. And if any one shall have windows looking towards...neighbour, and although he and his predecessors have long been possessed of the view of the aforesaid windows, nevertheless, his neighbour may lawfully...
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Readings in Englishg Social History

...said wall, or lessen its thickness, or make arches in it, without the assent and will of the other. And if any one shall have windows looking towards...neighbour, and although he and his predecessors have long been possessed of the view of the aforesaid windows, nevertheless, his neighbour may lawfully...
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