A case stemming from the use of a right of way on commercial property in St. Thomas. In November of 2000, Parcel No. 14 Estate Contant was divided into four parcels. Parcel No. 14A was purchased by Gejan, Inc., Parcel No. 14B was purchased by Hubert King, and Parcel No. 14C was purchased by Alexius Perkins. Parcel No. 14D was granted to the three as tenants in common to use as a private right of way.
Hubert King is the majority shareholder of Caribbean Healthways, which he operates from his warehouse at Parcel No. 14B. In 1993, Caribbean Healthways started to take delivery of its merchandise at the warehouse by parking trailers at the warehouse loading dock. The trailers, which generally measured 40 feet in length, but occasionally varied from 20-50, extended out from the loading dock into the right of way. The trailers blocked the right of way for anywhere between a few hours to several days. While a trailer was parked in the right of way, it impeded access to portions of Parcel No. 14A.