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1. Dear *****, the first thing is that a court will not grant an injunction preventing sale of any of the 10 houses or properties merely because they have not contributed to repairs to the byeway. This simply won't happen. The owner of the Park Homes can sue the individual properties for a rateable contribution to the repairs. However, he will not be ever allowed to prevent or interfere with a sale of an individual property.
2. Secondly, unless the owner of Park Homes actually owns the byeway and the individual properties have no easement over the byeway, he cannot erect a gate or impede the right of way. This is because this owner of Park Homes has no right to in law, as he is not the owner of the byeway. It is only the owner who would have a right to interfere in this way.
3. What the owner of Park Homes can do is to carry out the repairs and seek a rateable contribution in the form of a debt from the individual owners of the properties. Accordingly, I would suggest you indicate to the owner of Park Homes that the issue of how much should be paid is established by mediation. all parties can mediate and seek a peaceful resolution of the dispute.
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