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Hello and thank you for your question. Is the parcel that you retained landlocked?
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Our chat has ended, but you can still continue to ask me questions here until you are satisfied with your answer. Come back to this page to view our conversation and any other new information. How were you accessing the parcel prior to the foreclosure?
As I stated in the letter, I accessed parcel 'B',
As I stated in the letter, but maybe no very clear, I accessed the parcel "B",( the land locked parcel of interest ) as using Parcel "A", for it has a long (sixty ft. wide, and five hundred ft. long ) driveway to the County highway,as part of its physical form in "Deed", but Parcel "B" does not have that, but yes, as the principle means of access for in excess of thirty five years, I used the driveway and back part of Parcel "A", to access Parcel B, mainly as best means, and due in part to the building and trees on one other properties " thirty ft.road easement", and tilled and planted crops on the other, ( those with corresponding road easements over their east and west parts thereof). Also as the owner with the crops told me, he does not want me driving on his property,and causing any harm to his crops. But as of greatest interest, is if I'm legally able to continue the use of Parcel "A", even though I no longer own that property, and I never got that included in the Deed , prior to the loss by foreclosure ? Please feel free to ask any other questions that are important to the determination needed. Again, thank you for your help.
I think I understand your answer, as access over parcel "A" is now, my only choice, but if the new owner prevents my doing so, I may be charged with trespassing, if the Realtor, representing the lender/seller did not inform the buyer of that , as with trucks,trailers,and other equipment clearly visible,access of and by, "past practice/ prior-use", over parcel "A", should that have been described, and will the consequence's affect me?
Thank you very much for your response, and very informative answers, as with most issues, we do not get a full understanding. Yes, a very positive reply is in order, and again, thank you.
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