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Q. Bought plot from someone who sold a plot which has no road in that

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Subra Mani

posted 2 months ago

question iconBought plot from someone who sold a plot which has no road in that

Someone sold me plot which has no road

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Tanmoy Chattopadhyay

Tanmoy Chattopadhyay

Responded 2 months ago

A.Free ingress and egress in a right which has to be granted to the plot holder if that plot is recognized and is taxed by the local authorities. In case the local authorities has not earmarked that plot then the caveat emptor shall apply in your case and in such cases you will have to sell that plot to the nearest plot owner. In the former case you can file a writ petition before the concerned high court impleading both the local authorities and the private respondents who reside around the plot to find an amicable or a court mediated settlement.

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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A.Hello Sir/Ma'am
You must have check the property before purchasing. Although you have rights to have a road to your property. You could file a suit for that to provide you with a road to access your property. Contact a lawyer in your city.
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A.Hello Sir / Ma'am
It's your right to have a road ro your property. And if there is not you could ask for it from your neighbouring lands. Also you could file a suit against the seller for selling a property having no road.
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