Sathish 15 June 2020
Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer) 16 June 2020
It is better to settle the matter amicably without resorting to legal option.
Even otherwise, no legal issue is found involved in the statement posted herein above.
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 16 June 2020
Neither you nor your neighbour can settle the issue amicably, as prior approval and permissions are required for such constructions and every construction should be as per laid down norms. No one can permit any permanent constructions on a compound wall.as the space is also joint. Even if you wanted to construct a separate compound wall parallel to the present wall and raise constructions, rules may not permit as the difference between other all sides has to be left as per norms laid down. In case of old constructions, they may not interfere, this is the very reason, both in Delhi and Mumbai, though they can afford top-class constructions, they continue in old buildings.
Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 ) 16 June 2020
For construction of any residential or commercial building or property within the limits of the urban local bodies, the citizen has to approach the Town planning section of the respective ULB, which issues permission for construction of buildings based on specific set of rules and regulations.
P. Venu (Advocate) 16 June 2020
Have you got the construction plan approved by the competent authority. There ought to be inbuilt norms to take care of the such contingencies.
SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate) 16 June 2020
You have to approve your plans from local planning authority thereafter no one can object the same orally. However try to amicably settle the dispute with your neighbour.