Dedication – Knowledge and Acquiescence

The road through defendant’s property was only means of ingress and egress from plaintiff’s buildings since 1888. The road had been used extensively by the public with knowledge and acquiescence of the prior owner of the defendant’s land. The road was subject to uninterrupted use by the owner of the plaintiff’s land and by the public. Butts v. Hale, 157 Neb. 334, 59 N.W.2d 583 (1953).

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