Michael, I completely understand your feelings about this and I know that I would feel the same way if someone sold me land that had no access road. But, in order to put a lien on anybody's property, the person must first sue the other person, obtain a judgment against the other person, then he can put a lien on the property until the other person pays he judgment in full.
You asked, what your options are. Actually, this should have been negotiated at the time that you executed the Agreement of Sale with the Promoter so that you could demand some firm time frame within which he would give you an access road. You can try to negotiate with this person now, so that at least he can give you a time frame as to when you can expect an access road. If he does not give you an access road within a reasonable amount of time, then file a lawsuit against him and the Judge will Order him to give you an access road. The Judge will realize that what the Promoter was doing was simply trying to sell off the land fairly quickly and not giving adequate thought to the inconvenience he was causing to you and to others who bought property from him without an access road. I am sure that giving you an access road to the property he sold you will be much cheaper than having to pay a lawyer to fight you in Court because he would lose. He knows that the Judge know that you have a right to this access road. So, it would be foolish for him to argue in Court. Filing a lawsuit might be just what he needs to give you the access road you need. Then, you can ask the Judge to award you your Attorneys' fees because the promoter knew that you had a right to an access road and you should not have been put to the expense of going to Court to get a right which you already had,
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