Plaintiff and defendant were owners of adjoining city lots. At plaintiff's suggestion they constructed a common driveway, half on each lot, defendant refusing, however, to exchange reciprocal deeds therefor. Plaintiff built his house and garage to conform to the location of the drive. After long-continued use, defendant blocked his half of the drive. Inasmuch as building a new drive entirely on his own land would necessitate expensive structural changes in his house and garage, plaintiff sought an injunction. Held, that plaintiff had only a license, revocable even though acted upon, and that defendant's revocation was not such a fraud on the plaintiff as to render the license irrevocable. Boland v. Walters, 346 Ill. 184, 178 N. E. 359 (1931).