My wife and I as Grantors granted a non-exclusive ingress/egress easement to a certain party to cross our land from a highway to reach her property. The language of the easement grant does not address maintenance issues or responsibilities. An agreement on maintenance was offered by us to Grantee, but refused without counteroffer. Grantee now claims: (1) platted easement pathway across our land is her exclusive property; (2) she has a right to construct a water drainage system partly on our non-easement land and partly on easement pathway -- a project which will require extensive trenching and changes in terrain; (3) she is not required to get our approval or apprise us of engineering details and qualifications of contractor(s) who would be doing this work; (4) she will send us a bill for the work and expects payment from us
At no time has Grantee complained that the "water drainage problem" she claims exists has in any way impeded her use of the ingress/egress easement. Question: does Grantee have the right to do this project despite our specific disapproval?