v Burrows no.
order of 36 flats.
without which flats could not be used as housing accommodation, pass on the
purchase order for flats which, without the additional rights, could not be
used for housing purposes?
pass to acquiring authority either under rule in Wheeldon v Burrows or under s62.
based on proposition that a man may not derogate from his grant.
taking land from its owner against his will would be to stand rule on its head.
[as, presumably, the whole building was here] makes no sense to speak of
rights, privileges or easements being exercised over one part for benefit of
separation of ownership or at least of occupation occurs, the condition for
existence of rights does not exist.