1 Elements and Case Citations
“[W]here a person has heretofore granted or hereafter grants lands to which there is no accessible right-of way except over her or his land, or has heretofore retained or hereafter retains land which is inaccessible except over the land which the person conveys. In such instances a right-of-way is presumed to have been granted or reserved.”
Hancock v. Tipton, 732 So. 2d 369, 373 (Fla. 2d DCA 1999) (citation omitted).
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