what does the law say on road grabbing
right of way is a legal right to pass along a specific route through grounds or property belonging to another.
- A right of way can be created by express grant, necessity or prescription.
- If you have a right of way over your neighbour's land, you can use it as long as you do not stop, linger or obstruct it.
- If your neighbour obstructs your right of way, you may have a claim against them for interference
- You may also have a claim for trespass if your neighbour enters or occupies your land without permission.
- To resolve a neighbour dispute over access, you may try to negotiate with your neighbour, seek mediation or arbitration, or take legal action in court.
I hope this helps you understand some of the issues involved in neighbour disputes over access. However, this is not legal advice and you should consult a qualified advocate/lawyer for specific guidance on your situation.
This is a complex question that may depend on the specific circumstances of your case, such as the location, history and nature of the road, and the legal rights of both parties. However, based on some general information I found online, here are some possible points to consider: