Bought property in NB with common beach (10 families have ROW) One family has 2nd ROW directly from their property to beach. When purchased told by past owner and surveryor where beach was and same access road has been used for years to beach.
Built a home on a section away from the common beach but, now the one family with 2nd ROW says we have built on the beach and want the house ripped down. Deed says" beach area" and the one family say the beach is above and below(actual beach), a bank where there was grassy path and trees
Deed is vague saying the beach is located at the "termination of the ROW" it is not surveyed. Access road or ROW shows the road stopping before the water on surveyed document but one family claims the ROW turns left towards the our house, they have old hand drawn maps of this from past owner who died 20 years ago and these proposals died with him. The 2nd ROW is a foot path the family created themselves and is not surveyed. Can our new house be removed? Are old hand drawn documents that have now appeared legally binding?