We own the property, there is a 66 foot wide easement for a landlocked parcel behind us. The only wording on our deed is a non-exclusive for ingress and egress. We have wrote a letter and told them that they can only use it for coming and going. Now they have a car parked right up front by the road partially on the gravel drive and partially on the snow. They also play on it with 4 wheelers and golf carts. The letter asked them to stop abusing our property. What exactly are my rights? Can I have the car towed? We have lived there 18 years and they moved in 2 years ago. Thank you.
If the neighbor has ignored your letter, your next step is to hire an attorney to write a letter and if, you so choose, to ultimately start litigation to enforce your rights.
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You seem to be totally in the right, here. The next step is to sue them, unfortunately. Good luck.
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