what are ths mississippi law on right away or estment using your property to access another property. other property has access to county road; but has to built an drive.
The only way you can be forced to give someone an easement across your property is if there is no other way to access their land or if that access would cause them an undue hardship or excessive expense; this is referred to as an easement of necessity. Should you be required to give someone an easement, you must be reimbursed a fair monetary amount for that use by that person.
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