Asked by Wayne Happ, Califon, NJ • Sun Oct 12, 2008
I bought a house and property several months ago. What I did not know at the time was that a neighbor had rights to use a portion of the land for "parking"
Is seems that several decades ago. The owner of my house bought property from the neighbor. Part of the deal was the right to park in a location of the property. This was back in the 70's sometime. As far as I can fell the space in question was once part of an access road to some mills that were there in the 1800-1900's.
We're talking old houses here. Mind built 1884.
The question is this. I know that the land deed goes with the property. But is there any way that I can get rid of their right of way? I can think of better thinks to do with the area in question rather then reserved parking.
It;s partly my fault because when I finally took the land survey out and started at it for a while. There is a spot on it that says right of way and referenced a deed in the town archives.
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