Is an easement that is no longer obsolete simply because other access to the easement has become available available?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Prior Holdings Ltd. v The Source Enterprises Ltd., 2019 BCSC 1871 (CanLII):

The easement is not obsolete simply because other access has become available, McCorquodale v. Baranti Developments Ltd., 2015 BCCA 133 at para. 34.

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