Indian Encasements Act, 1882
22. Exercise of easement-confinement of exercise of easement
The dominant owner must exercise his right in the mode which is least onerous to the servant owner, and, when the exercise of an easement can without detriment to the dominant owner be confined to a determinate part of the servant heritage, such exercise shall, at the request of the servant owner, be so confined.
(a) A has a right of way over B's field. A must enter the way at either end and not at any intermediate point.
(b) A has a right annexed to his house to cut thatching grass in Bís swamp. A, when exercising his easement, must cut the grass so that the plants may not be destroyed.