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I purchased a house in a downtown area with a shared driveway, easement and right of way The problem now that I have moved in the neighbor says that he doen'st want my tenants to use the driveway. The right of way as been use since the mid 1980s. Does he have the right to block it. I have legal papers from Land and transfer office that says I have the right to use it. He purchased his house in 2006 with the right of way, easement and shared driveway. Can I remove the barriers????
No -- you can fight this issue. It is a superior court matter, so you will need a lawyer, rather than a paralegal. However, if you incurr damage as a result of him blocking your easement, like for example if you lose a tenant over it, then that damage can be claimed for in the Small Claims Court through a good paralegal.
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