When a land or a property is blocked in such a way by another property that there is no access to the main road without entering the other property there is a deal made between the two property owners which will let the strip of land to be used as a passageway for both the parties. This may lead to sacrifice of one party’s strip of land but the use of the land as a passageway is important for the survival of the other property owner.
Many a time the property when divided between the heirs can result in a situation where the passage is not available to one of the heirs and if the situation continues to be the same the owner of that part of the property will have no way to come out of their home or access the main road. This is not at all a welcome situation and the owners of both the parts of the property agree to use a piece of land as a passageway for both the parties.
The content of this agreement would include the name of the first owner and the address of the property; the name of the owner of the other part of the property and its address and the area of the land that is agreed upon. The use of strip of both owners as passageway entitles the person using it as passageway just for this one purpose without any exceptions.
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