The Irish entrepreneur sold the team that is now Force India to Midland before the 2006 season but kept ownership of some of the surrounding land.
Local sources said concrete blocks had been placed across the main access while Force India were in Malaysia for last weekend's second race of the season and employees were having to use another entrance.
Jordan told Reuters on Wednesday that he had waited for two years for the factory owners to open talks about buying the rest of the land.
"I had to make a stand, they have to come and talk to me," he said. "I paid for the road and put it on my land."
"I've got no problem with (Indian billionaire and Force India co-owner Vijay) Mallya," he added.
"It's the people who are managing the business who don't want to talk."