The obstruction of a private right of way will give rise to a claim for damages1. The dominant owner is also entitled to an injunction2 and, if necessary, to a mandatory injunction3.
If a right of way is wrongly claimed an injunction will in general be granted to restrain the future user4; and if rails have been wrongfully laid5, or an aperture is made in adjoining land
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