Our cabin that we have owned for 6 yrs has a driveway which part of it is shared with another cabin. The part from the main road is on their property.
The previous owner has recently sold their cabin and the new owner has stated they are putting up a gate and we will have to find another access to our property.
We have 2 lots and have access to the one propety but not the one with the cabin on.
Can they do this without giving us a key to the gate ?
Answered on: 7/04/13, 9:32 am by Miriam Jacobson
What does your deed say? Did your title insurance insure access, ingress and egress for your property? Consult with a real estate lawyer in your area, and also speak to your title insurance company.
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