^ i'd have to see that in some legal shit some where.. that sounds like commie shit to me..
Ask and he shall receive: Easements, covenants and other similar rights in British Columbia - an overview.
I did find a quote for more English, and less Legalese…
From Paul Young's website (Vancouver Realtor):
What is Unwritten Easement?
An Unwritten Easement means unwritten permission by default when some people use your property for a long time and you don't stop them.
Some people (eg hikers) cut across your lot to reach a river without your permission.
If the hikers do that for a long enough time, you (owner) may lose the right to stop them from cutting across your property. ( This means Unwritten Easement or Permission.)
Your right to deny access are prescribed. Hence, it is called Prescriptive Right.
What can you do? Put up interrupting fence, trespassing signs or may be dogs.
Ride, don't slide.