My property has been land locked with no notification before, during or after the land lock, and the entire 21 foot city road, and primary access was removed completely. I have picture proof along with the plot map showing the primary access street clearly as it was when the property was purchased and paid for years ago. I do know in the past people responsible for big building projects, by law had to contact and at least offer to buy out property owners ahead of time to avoid a land lock. In my research I have found nothing yet that has precluded that law, which can only mean someone involved some where thinks they are above the laws of our state and country.
If the property is in fact landlocked you are entitled to an access easement. You should contact counsel as soon as possible and initiate that action. Given your statements it should not be terribly difficult and may actually be stipulated to by the adjacent landowner(s).
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