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My deeds state..And together also with full right and liberty

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My deeds state..And together also with full right and liberty in common with other persons entitled thereto for all purposes and with or without vehicles of passing and repassing over and along the whole of the roadway 25 feet wide leading from back lane to the property hereby conveyed and colored yellow......

My question is - can I park on the roadway colored yellow?
Hi,

Thanks for your question.

I’m afraid that if the right to which you are referring only states that you may pass and repass over the area but does not specifically mention that you also have a right to park there then you do not have a legal easement to park there.

The right extends to access only, not parking.

This will remain the case until a further easement is executed or until you have parked there continuously for a period of 20 years, this would entitle you to claim a right to park by the law of prescription.

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