Re: How to End the Use of a Neighbor's Driveway That Crosses Your Land
if the use is permissive, permission can be revoked. Is all he is doing is parking in the rear? He has no garage or such in the rear?
The people selling the home were an older couple and just allowed him access. Can he be grandfathered in this way?
Just to be sure; you would abandon the drive for your use as well? Obviously you would not be able to access the rear of your house with a vehicle down a 6 foot pathway.
If you are driving a vehicle and hit the neighbors house or a person, your motor vehicle insurance is who would be involved, not your homeowners insurance.
the other thing to consider: if you revoked permission, how will it be to live next door to a guy you likely just pissed off?
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.