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Wayleave agreement

In some cases, wiring and/or piping needs to pass through or over a neighbour’s property so that it can reach yours. If that’s the case, they may need to sign a document (the wayleave agreement) before the service provider can go ahead.

Wayleave is an archaic 19th-century term defined as a ‘privilege enabling a person to cross another person’s land with infrastructure and goods’. You are most likely to encounter this in relation to electricity or broadband supplies.

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