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Adarsh Babu   01 November 2020

illegal entry

We 3 persons buy 4 meter land for walkway now there is a 4th person use this way for his personal use ,he is transporting his house construction meterials through it .he is doing this with the approval of 1person of our 3 and we doesn't agree with it what to do ?


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Sridaran Ganapathysubramanian   01 November 2020

One of the person along with two others with out written consent from them legally he has no locus standi, to give permission to the third party not a owner the pathway.Remaing two persons has got legal right to question the permission give by one of your person to third party and both the persons has to file the suit before appropriate court.

Suri.Sravan Kumar (senior)     02 November 2020

if it is possible put fence and gate to your land

Ishita Desai   02 November 2020

Originally posted by : Adarsh Babu
We 3 persons buy 4 meter land for walkway now there is a 4th person use this way for his personal use ,he is transporting his house construction meterials through it .he is doing this with the approval of 1person of our 3 and we doesn't agree with it what to do ?

Hello,

 What you can do is talk to that person first. You possess a right to question the decision of the person who allowed the person to do this. Only one person cannot give the consent to the person. You also need to clarify if one of you has taken everyone's permission before allowing the neighbor to use your path.

Furthermore, if you own that land, you must try to make provisions that will refrain people from entering that path. For example, you could fence it or put a board. 

Also, there is no harm being caused by the man who is taking the materials. If there is no other way other than using your road, you cannot do much. 

Hope this has given you a rough idea as to what to do and how to tackle the situation.

Regards,

Ish*ta Desai

Law Student.

P. Venu (Advocate)     02 November 2020

No one has the right to transport materials through a private path unless specifically permitted.

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     03 November 2020

T4th person can not claim his right to egress in private land. It is advisable to settle the matter amicably.

No legal issue is involved in your post.


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