It is not unusual for a deed to not mention a right of way. If your deed says you have one, I'll bet you do. Before this becomes a nuclear war, sit down with a real estate lawyer after he or she has received a title search of both properties. Then, when you are armed with facts go and talk with you neighbor. Disarm the hostility now or it will be a constant source of stress.
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