My question involves real estate located in the State of: North Carolina.
Hi, my deed from the bank states there is a 30' right of way, ingress, egress, etc..... The surveyor drew a squiggly "s" line in an area about 45' wide and wrote "R/W area". There is already a rode in existence and it ranges from 32ft to about 18 feet wide. I also own about 6-8' of land on the other side of the road. That 6-8' is grown over with honeysuckle and poison ivy. The neighbor's up the road are requesting me to move my fence and give them the 30' right of way so in the winter snow storms there is an area to park at night and they'll walk to their houses. That's fine, I will move it, but I'm curious how the law works regarding the way the surveyor only wrote "R/W area" and it was an area 15' larger than the deeded right of way. So I want to give them the 6-8' on the other side of the road and then the additional on my side so that it equals 30'. Is this correct? Can they legally say "we don't want that side b/c it's overgrown, we want to take it from your lawn, which would be super easy to turn to a road."?
Also, is there such a thing as "right of Parking", and does a right of way automatically give the right for parking, or only for transitional parking? I just don't want to get stuck with somebody's RV that they can't take up the hill and they just park in front of our house for 1 month.
Thanks to anyone in advance for helping!!!!