My grandpa in 1940 sold a piece of land to this boy's Grandpa and give him a right of way to get to his land and now the grandson is trying to say that he has the right to 60 foot right away 30 on each side if he wants it it's a private road it's not State maintained and he had a surveyor to come survey on my land here in front of my house and these steaks come right in front of himy door and I went to the courthouse and had it checked and they give me said all they have is the right to 14 feet that means the road that's here now and then he cut down some bushes on my land that my dad planted that passed away in September
It was somewhat hard to follow your story. ultimately, you need a real property attorney to review the deed history of your home to see if a recorded easement exists. For the neighbor to have an easement through your property, it must be recorded in writing or must be an easement by necessity..ie...your property is the only way he can get to a road.
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