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Are you saying that you own the easement rights across another person's property?
So you are the easement holder?
And the easement runs across the first house, and the second house to allow you access to your house?
Have you gotten a copy of the recorded easement from the local land records office so you can see exactly what your rights are?
Ok, this is going to depend if you actually have an easement across the 2nd property as well. You should because it wouldn't make sense to just allow you to cross the first property but not the 2nd. So assuming that you have an easement across the 2nd property, that owner has no legal right to stop any services or guests that you may have in place or they are violating your property rights.
Buy you really need to get a copy of any easements for the 1st and 2nd houses to make sure that you are in the right here. I think that logically it has to happen that way so as to allow you and guests and licensees to get to your house.