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I am sorry to hear about this situation. An owner who wants to modify/remove the easement if it no longer makes sense to have it or the property has changed so much that having the easement is pointless, burdensome, or otherwise not equitable, then that owner has to file what is known as a PETITION TO QUIET TITLE under Texas Property Code.
This kind of lawsuit asks the Court to void the easement for the reasons listed above. Unfortunately, it is up to you to file such a lawsuit, meaning the onus is on your to act. Then, the Court will make the final decision.
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