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b_strait

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What is the name of your state? Wisconsin

If you own property and have granted an easement to adjoining property but there is no legal description of where the easements lies on your property. Can you change where the adjoining property owner accesses your propety.
 


HomeGuru

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b_strait said:
What is the name of your state? Wisconsin

If you own property and have granted an easement to adjoining property but there is no legal description of where the easements lies on your property. Can you change where the adjoining property owner accesses your propety.

**A: yes up to a certain point.
 
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penname

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I am on the other side of this. We bought an existing home with an easement frontage. Our driveway and part of the road going down to our place is on the portion of our neighbor's frontage. After buying the ajoinging lot, our neighbor built his home and put a detached garage for his ground maintenance equipment on his land and started to make use of our driveway, which was ok. But then he came down and told us to get our own driveway! He told us he bought the easement. We checked, sure enough, but the easement was never taken off. We hired an attorney. We are in the process of suing him. Our attorney thinks we have a good chance of winning. He is preventing us from using it. He has parked vehicles in front of it. He has plowed snow in front it. Everthing to make us avoid using it.
 

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