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I own land on a town road in RI. At my property line with my neighbor, the town deeded the remainder of the road to property owners who abut the road, now making the town road a deadend road. This now makes my driveway the turn around for all traffic that do not go to my neighbors. One of the neighbors has now divided the old road in half by placing a stone column at the end of the legal town road. Now, there was a stone wall that is on the property line that went up to the town road. For the neighbor to be able to gain accuse to his side of the now divided road, the neighbor removed and moved the property line stone wall 4 ft. Now the neighbor has to use/drive on my property to gain accuse to his property. This has now caused snow removal/movement difficult during the winter. My question is do I have the right to replace the stone property line that the neighbor moved and refuse his use of my property to gain accuse to his property. We never had this problem before until this neighbor decided to divide the road in half.
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