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from facts mentioned you have an easement and have had continued use. In such a situation he cannot object and you both need to agree on shared use.
If he interferes with the use, yes. If he objects but doesnt interfere, no.
You may object and see what he does. If he interferes or if you want to go on the offensive, file in court or have a lawyer retained locally to note your rights to use.
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