Driveway Easement Agreement Georgia

April 9, 2021

Margaret McGarity, Phyllis M. Vann and Elaine Adams (the “petitioners”) brought an action for finding, omission and omission, claiming that Van Mize and Edna Mize had improperly interfered with the petitioners` right to facilities on the Mizes` land. After a bank trial, the court ruled in favour of the petitioners and concluded that they had facilities for maintenance, trespassing and exit through two entrances and for the use of stairs on the Mizes` land. The court also asked the Mizes for further violations and awarded legal fees to the petitioners. Mizes` appeal accuses the court, in four enumerations, that he concluded that the petitioners had facilities on the ownership of the Mizes. [1] The Mizes also argue that the Tribunal found a misstep in finding that they overstepped the ownership of the petitioners and in awarding legal fees to petitioners. For the following reasons, we confirm this. The parties also recognize that there is relief from the parallel access to the common demarcation line.   In addition, the contracting parties agree not to interfere with the use of the entry and entry area by each party and not to block access or exercise exclusive control over a portion of the facilitation area. The 2000 agreement did not explicitly change the terms of the easing.   On the contrary, it is a personal agreement between the parties which, if so, restricted the parties` use of the part of the access to their own land.   Under the 2000 agreement, each party agreed “not to disrupt the use of the entry area by each party” and also agreed to “not block access or exercise exclusive control over a portion of the facilitation area.”   The 2000 agreement does not contain the “unreasonable” moderator of the prohibition of interference, indicating that interference is prohibited.

  And although Cheatham relies on a definition of the word “block” to completely obstruct, at least one dictionary defines the word as “stopping or obstructing the passage or movement by;  obstructing or obstructing. American Heritage Dictionary (2nd College ed.1985), 188.   And he defines “the obstacle” as “[t]o to get in the way;  ”to hinder or delay progress.”  Id. under 613.   In addition, the 2000 agreement prohibits Cheatham from interfering in Huckaby`s intrusions and exits, a concept we have already designed to prohibit parking.

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