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Would this block off the neighbour's right of way?
I cannot really picture what you are saying but essentially the way a mutual drive works is that you each own the property up to the property line and you each have the right to access the other's property under the right of way.
So if you are saying you are going to impede his right of way you cannot do this unless he consents. And you should know that the next owners, if the neighbours sell, may object as the easement runs with the land and will be on title.
Do you see what I mean?
I am sorry but I cannot call. The rules of my law society prohibit me from calling you as you are not my client.
You can do this so long as the property is yours and so long as the neighbour does not have a right of way.