Hi, I am a realtor who wants to list an unimproved 15 acre parcel in Los Angeles County. The property has a mailing address because many years ago there was a house there (it burned down.) My sellers have owned since 1999 and have used access from a paved public road then across parcel A for many years- till a chained gate appeared. My clients clipped off the locks, replacing it with their own locks-on and off- for the past 4 years. Now, a no trespassing sign is posted on parcel A referring to Ca Civil Code 1008. Two other property owners are affected. Parcel A owner apparently wishes to extinguish my clients' access rights - so what can they do to avoid being landlocked? Road across Parcel A has been there since 1902, and terrain is too steep to access the 15 ac. from anywhere else.