Hi Pearl! We have a private cemetery in Maine that dates back to early 1800. In 1982, addition land was given by an abutting property owner in order to expand cemetery. The deed for this transaction included a permanent appurtenant easement
for an access road to cemetery (used for cemetary maintanence vehicles, vehicles required for burials (body transportation, digging of graves, etc.). The cemetary has foot traffic access on the road. The servient estate
owner owns only approximately 25 square feet of property on the road end of driveway that is impacted by easement; he has just recently cut down the cemetary chain across the end of access (there for forty years plus to discourage people parking in access road at night - was not locked) and physically blocked access of his small triangle of land at head of access road. Although a small vehicle can still access the road, the trucks and vehicles needed for maintanence cannot. I'm hoping to get an idea of possible legal recourse. Thank you!
JA: What state is this in? And how old is the truck?
Customer: Are you still there?
JA: No. I'm the Real Estate
Customer: Ok, I'm confused. Am I getting your responses to Someone else's questions?
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?
Customer: Pearl, did you receive my question?
JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?
Customer: Ok, thinking you are not a legit person