Lived on this place for46 yrs owned . New Owner comes in been been here 14 yrs Right of Way 300 Foot to his property . Not one gravel has the dropped on it nor does he Hire Qualified Help to Fix it. He's Messed this right of way up 3 times all I do is buy Loads of Gravel to fix his uncertified work . With Dozer First Time Tractor 2nd time. Now he's filled in the water flow ..
This question begs so many questions and likely will require some title research, that I recommend that you contact an attorney experienced in real estate and title matters to review your deed, your neighbor's deed, the recorded plat of the subdivision if there is one and any surveys of the property that are available. In your brief question, I spotted questions about easements for ingress and egress, drainage, easement maintenance and issues about water runoff and a potential trespass. This question just is too complex to answer in this venue, and so many additional facts are needed to give solid advice about any possible course of action.
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