Eddie ran business selling garden ornaments from his smallholding, Keeper’s Cottage. Adjacent to Keeper’s Cottage is a plot of land on which there stands a derelict barn owned by Tom. Tom was planning on demolishing the barn and building new accommodation for his pigs. In the meantime the barn has been boarded up and secured with an electric fence.
In 1992 Eddie removed the boarding and electric fence, which he discovered was broken. He began to store his surplus garden ornaments in the barn. In 1993 he repaired several holes in the roof and, after reports of local thefts, he decided to secure the barn by installing a new electric fence and video camera. He also installed a water supply to ensure that he could clean the ornaments and barn. When Tom’s friends told him about Eddies’ activities he said that he did not mind Eddie making temporary use of the barn.
At the start of 2005 Tom had sufficient savings to build up his new pig sheds. He therefore wrote to Eddie asking him to leave. Eddie refused.
Briefly indicate, if at all, how your advice would differ if title to Tom’s plot of land had been unregistered
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