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Posted almost 2 years ago.

THANK YOU!!! The first response I received to this post made me think I’m sunk – my neighbors could turn my property into a junk yard and I could do nothing. Your post gives me hope. The strip of land is 60 ft wide and 348+ ft long, and the expense of keeping it cleared for emergency and utility vehicles is getting to expensive and labor intensive to continue. So THANK YOU for giving me hope that a non-exclusive road easement doesn’t mean the property can be used for parking, storage/staging material/equipment, abandoned vehicles, and a weekend sales lot for the sale of vehicles – there may be a light at the end of this tunnel (and this time it’s not a train).
Plus you are right – it is for normal ingress and egress. Per the property description – ‘A non-exclusive easement for roadway and utilities purposes, over and beneath that portion of Lot 1, Section XX …. ‘.
From the ol’ movies….I think I hear a bell ringing and another angel got his wings!

Richard Alan Rodgers
Richard Alan Rodgers, Real Estate Attorney - Thousand Oaks, CA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

Thank you for the kind words. Good luck!