Thank you for confirming that information for me.
I empathize with the frustration that you must have relating to the use of your property via the easement in place, and the lack of privacy that is created by the easement and use of the easement to launch boats into the body of water adjacent to your property.
While the easement does not specify the reasons for the ingress and egress which might be allowed, nor does it limit those potential reasons, it follows that under the law, ingress and egress for any lawful reason will be upheld as authorized.
And because the boat ramp is part of the property controlled by the easement, ingress and egress for the use of the boat ramp will be legally determined to fall within the scope of the use of the easement by the parties entitled to the use of that easement.
So yes, under Florida law, the use of the boat ramp is inferred by the easement, and is subject to use, not publicly, but privately by the owners of the properties with easement rights, their guests, invitees and family members.
The easement and use of the boat ramp may not be licensed by anyone---such that an adjoining property owner could not legally sell a license to a member of the public to use the boat ramp and the easement. However, just a guest of an owner may lawfully use the easement to visit the home of that owner with the owner’s permission, so may that owner give their guest the right to use the easement for the launching of the guests boat.
I understand that you may be disappointed by the Answer you received, as it was not particularly favorable to your situation. Had I been able to provide an Answer which might have given you a successful legal outcome, it would have been my pleasure to do so.You may reply back to me using the Reply to Expert link if you have additional questions.
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