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If the easement is across the neighbor's property and is in favor of your's, you may sue the other owner for an injunctionn to enforce it. He cannot deny you access merely by words however and you can continue to use it no matter what he or the woman says. If you do not enforce it legally, plus if you discontinue using it, the easement might be treated as abandoned someday. That might be what they are trying to accomplish. If you don't wish to physically assert your rights and engage in verbal spats, then filing suit may be your best approach. I wish you the best of luck and thanks for using JUST ANSWER.
It will usually require a lawyer to file the kind of suit you need, but if s/he starts with a strong enough 'cease and desist' letter to the offenders, that might solve the problem. Those people might not be able to afford litigation any more than you can. If you let them stop you just by being nasty people, you are in a difficult situation.
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