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Agreement of Easement of Right Of Way

This agreement is made on this………….day of…………2005 between Mr. AB,


(hereinafter referred to as the dominant owner which term shall include his successors
and transferees) of the one part and Mr. CD of………..(hereinafter referred to as the
servient owner which term shall include his successors and transferees) of the other part.
Whereas the dominant owner is the owner of 3 cottahs of land being premises No………
of……….surrounded on all sides by lands of other persons and has no opening to the
main road.
And whereas the servient owner owns the land in front of the dominant owner's land
being premises No………..of…………and is situate facing the road with wide front.
And whereas the dominant owner proposes to construct a three-storied building on his
land for residential purpose and requires a direct passage to the road through the land of
the servient owner.
And whereas the dominant owner has approached the servient owner for granting
easement right for ingress to and egress from the dominant owner's premises through and
over the land of the servient owner and on being approached the servient owner has
agreed to grant such right of way over his land.
Now these presents witnesseth and the parties hereby agree as follows:
(1) In consideration of the dominant owner paying Rs. 5 lakhs to the servient owner, the
receipt whereof is acknowledged hereby, the servient owner hereby grants to the
dominant owner the right of passage through the South-Eastern portion of premises
No………….of……………
(2) The passage will be 10 ft. wide running from North to South connecting the dominant
owner's land with the main road.
(3) The said passage will be used by the occupiers of premises No of and also by the
occupiers of premises No………. of………..
(4) The said common passage shall be maintained by the dominant owner and the
expenses thereof would be shared equally by the dominant owner and the servient owner.
(5) The right of way will attach to the dominant land over the servient land and such right
will run with the land.
(6) The common passage can be used for all purposes of entering into and coming out of
the dominant land with men, material, animals, vehicles and all other things which may
enter the passage without damaging the land or structure thereon or causing annoyance or
jeopardising the occupiers of the servient land and buildings.
(7) The said common passage is to be kept open to the sky and unobstructed in any
manner whatsoever.
If the dominant owner fails to make repairs or keep the passage repaired then the servient
owner may for the time being cause the repair to be done and recover 50% of such costs
from the dominant owner or the occupiers of the dominant land.
In witness whereof the parties have executed these presents on the day, month and year
first above-written.
Signed and delivered by Mr. AB the
dominant owner in the presence of: Signature
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Signed and delivered by Mr. CD the
servtent owner in the presence of: Signature
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