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Generally, if the owner of the easement has not taken care of the easement, the servient estate holder (the new owner) can make some reasonable changes to the property. There is no express prohibition against this happening, so long as it does not interfere with the rights of the easement holder. So, as long as it does not hurt the hunting by cutting down the trees and brush, then the new owner can do this.
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