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This is a very tricky question. Usually, abutting property owners have the right to use the entire pond. In other words, there is no "your side" of the water vs "my side". If the beach is entirely on one owner's property, it belongs to them. Now here's the rub. Any representations about the lake that you make to your buyer can be construed as warranties, and if the neighbor causes problems over them later on, your buyers will come back on you. The lake is what and where it is. It should be up to the buyers to determine what the conditions of using the lake are.
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