Originally Posted by YotaAtieToo
So? Either let him bring it in, or tell him no, and he can use the equipment to make a new access road to the property.
There is a time and a place to start a conflict. Conflicts with neighbors are the worst because you can't easily remove yourself from the situation.
Court time costs money, it sounds like the issue can be resolved like men,so why not try that first before going all Billy Ebaddass on the situation. It was 1 time after all, its not like there is 15 people living there coming and going constantly.
I would not consider this guy a neighbor. A neighbor would not lawn job your shit and drive around a truck. This dude is a flash in the pan for a neighbor. He wants out as soon as possible so he can move on and develop the next property. The real question is do you want to be neighborly and grant access for an unknown amount of houses behind you.
This agent has done this before and it probably works 99% of the time. Do be neighborly make him develop his own property by providing his own access from the frontage road. Yea he doesn’t have more than 50’ or road. Make him apply for a waiver and get the easement from the frontage road directly on to his property. This will probably also limit what he can permit and develop back there as well. Municipalities are more likely to make an exception for either a single land/home owner or a big time developer with enough green to line the correct pockets. I doubt this guy is the later. Stand your ground and buy the property cheap when it devalues from no access.
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