I am the owner of a 3 story building with total 10 apartments . Out of 10, I have sold 1 apartment to someone. I want to know does he has right to use terrace for his personal use and I don't want him to use it.
You question is contradictory if you sold a apartment to some one then the property being undivided share property .the owner of the property also have right to use the common place . So better to show all documents to a local lawyer and clarify your doubts
The purchaser of a flat becomes part co-owner of the building and has right of usage of the common open spaces of the building. However much will depend on the terms, conditions and covenants of the registered sale document.
While wholly agreeing with Mr. Kishore Mehta, it could be added that provisions of laws, if any, enacted by the State also matters. In the absence of legal provisions or mutually agreed terms and conditions the trrace cannot but be common ares accessible all the occupants of the apartment.
Once again it will depend on the terms, conditions and covenants of the sale document, the wordings can only decide whether the purchaser was barred from the use of the terrace. Consult a practicing advocate of your area in your own interest.