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Its sarahjane about shared driveway/easement....cant use

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its sarahjane about shared driveway/easement....cant use backyard, i am in a wheelchair: would ease way/shared drivewat not be implied or ease way by necessity
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 1 year ago.
Dear Customer,I do understand that you have an access problem due to the yard. But the issue you are facing from a legal perspective is that the property has access (it just does not work for you specifically).This does not create an additional legal right of access.Your remedy is still the same: you can try to work something out with the new owner of the neighboring property (they may even be willing to sell you a proper easement); or you will need to have the necessary improvements done on your property to allow access, ramps, sidewalks, etc. (you can try reaching out in your community, there may be additional resources to help you with the cost of this work).

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