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Good afternoon. Courts will not allow a property in your situation to be landlocked. If your neighbor(s) will not voluntarily give you an ingress/egress easement, then you will want to file a suit to quiet title asking the court to grant you an easement by necessity
. An easement by necessity is an easement granted by a court for property that would otherwise have no access in situations exactly like yours. Once the court grants this easement, the order can be recorded in the real property
records of the city/county in which your property is located and it will be as if the neighbor granted the easement. You will be allowed full access to your property. At that point, if the applicable neighbor tries to block your access, he will be held in contempt of court and subject to civil and/or criminal sanctions.
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