What is the responsibility of the owner and those who have a common access right? We share an alley with four neighbors. One neighbour owns the property and the others have a legal right of priority over our property. Who has legal responsibility to dig this access? We currently share the cost of a third party to plow it. Does this change a legal obligation on both sides? Thank you for your comment, Scott. Yes, to change a recorded relief, the parties must give their consent and then register that agreement. Real estate facilities are historical and nuanced real estate issues, which aim to protect property by ensuring that all citizens enjoy the good enjoyment of their land and can benefit from essential services, even if they are other real estate. Even the neighbor blocks the priority with often more than one car. I have a commercial property that I bought 5 years ago to create a studio/gallery. That`s when I registered the right of priority on my neighbouring property. Soon after, he installed a fence around his property to lock up his two wicked and savage German shepherd dogs. He acknowledged that the right of priority was there, and set up a door to give me legal access.
I own a holiday home that has a .66 foot priority right) next to me. I have used it for access to the river and my cabin for over 20 years. This is not my only access to the cabin to use very conveniently and store with stairs above road level. The new owners of the adjacent property and the act before the priority blocked my access to this priority with a door and built a shed halfway to the boundary of the land and blocked access to the vehicle to the hut by the right of priority. The shed is on the right. They claim that they can do whatever they want, because they have the right to do it. I signed letters from the previous owner in my holiday home, that he always had free access and free use of the right of priority, I also have a signed letter from the previous owner (who had it before them) that she gave me, as well as to the previous owner of the cabin, free and clear access on the way to priority. What are my options?? Quick question: If there are two people who are entitled to a right of priority and one person wishes to make changes to it, should the other person be consulted and consented? 11. The dominant owner of the land cannot seek compensation from the owner of the dependent land.
However, if the owner`s use of the priority right is in effect, the owner of the dominant land would have the right to seek compensation for the facility. A priority right allows someone to travel through your property to go elsewhere. It has no impact on the ownership of the land. A right of priority may be offered to the general public or only to one or more people. Take the example of a “lot” that is divided at the front and back, so that the rear part has an ease of entry through the front deck to access the road. This permanent priority does not rehabilitate access to the rear. Our next door neighbour, with whom we, my mother and I (she owns) built a fence at the edge of the property, which essentially exists in the middle of the driveway.