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A 10 acre parcel of wetland is owned by another party which is completely surrounded by our property. The owners of the parcel have recently (we think within the last month or so) built a bridge on our property over a small stream which makes it easier for them to get to their 10 acres. It is a permanent structure. It is built of welded I-beam spans with heavy wood decking and is about 30 feet long by 8 feet wide. This was done without notification and without our permission. We have not given an easement to allow access. Must we give them access, and if so, what are the limits to what they can do? The "road" they built leading up to the bridge has caused damage to our wetland property. We are not on good terms with this "good neighbor" because of their previous behavior.