My question involves an easement in the state of: Utah
We have a 25`right-of-way easement on a gravel road that gives us access to our family farm. Whenever we try to maintain the easement by grading and smoothing the "washboards" out of it, the land owner and her kids deliberately drive their 4 wheelers up and down it doing donuts and generally just tearing it up. She says she has the right to do this since it is her property and we need to ask for her permission before we do any work to maintain it. Otherwise they never use the easement since they have a private driveway. This easement was established years before they built on the property and the language is clear as to the purpose and rights granted by the easement. We have also purchased an additional 25` easement abutting and running parralell with the 1st easement. (City requirement) In the past they have also placed large boulders on their property line essentially splitting our easement in two. Now they have informed us that they are putting a fence up on their property line which would, again, split our easement in two. What are my legal rights here? Can I have them cited for tearing up the road as vandalism or criminal mischief? Can I remove the fence they are planning on installing?