The easement rights are for the passage or to access the road from the property. His claim is for easement rights on two sides which is contrary to law. Easements are most often created by express language in binding documents. Parties generally grant an easement to another, or reserve an easement for themselves. Under most circumstances having a conversation with another party is not sufficient.
Implied easements are not recorded or explicitly stated until a court decides a dispute, but reflect the practices and customs of use for a property. Courts typically refer to the intent of the parties, as well as prior use, to determine the existence of an implied easement.
creating an easement requires imposing a burden (the easement) upon another party for the benefit of the landlocked owner, the court looks to the original circumstances in weighing the relative apportionment of benefit and burden to both lots in making its equitable determination whether such easement shall be created by the court. This method of creating an easement, being an active creation by a court of an otherwise non-existent right, may be automatically extinguished upon termination of the necessity (for example, if a new public road is built adjacent to the landlocked tenement or another easement is acquired without regard to comparison of ease or practicality between the imposed easement and any valid substitute). When, from a cause which preceded the imposition of an easement, the person by whom it was imposed ceases to have any right in the servient heritage, the easement is extinguished.An easement must not be used for any purpose not connected with the enjoyment of the dominant heritage.
Where an easement can be legally enjoyed only at a certain place, or at certain times, or between certain hours, or for a particular purpose, is enjoyment during the said period at another place, or at other items, or between other hours, or for another purpose, does not prevent is extinction.
The above are certain aspects of easement rights and its extinction.
If he has filed an injunction suit, you may challenge the same on the basis of the documentary evidences in your support as well as the merits on your side. You should be clear and specific in the relief to be sought against him so that any ambiguity does not result into a fatal situation to your case.