I am the actual owner, and pay the taxes. The plot papers do not show an easement but shows the entire area as use in common. They have a driveway through to their garage, They have even added additional driveway without my permission and still park on the grassy area as well.
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Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX have to look at a more official plot than what I have as you have stated, my last question is about the addition perminate driveway they added, since a drive way was already provided originally with the building of the home, hence giving them the right of access. Can I require them to remove the drive that is part of my property? Thanks again !!
My plot says 30 foot easement for egress and ingress for lots 7,8 & 9. Of the 30 feet lot 8 has 15 feet ownership and lot 7 has 15 feet. Lot 9 which is my problem has no ownership. So based on your previous response, they cannot park or expand the existing driveway to their lot???
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