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Last year the house next to my house was sold. We share the same driveway. I have a vehicle i use every summer parked at the end of the shared driveway for the past 5 years now the new owner want to take me to court to move my vehicle so he can park at the back of his house. He can park at the side of my vehicle like the other owners but the main reason he want me to move my vehicle is because he want his tenants to get parking. Their is street parking but he want to use my portion of the shared park way for himself. Can I cut the driveway using my portion of the driveway to make a new private driveway for my self.I live in Marlborough Mass.

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HI. It is possible and legal for you to separate the concrete slab. You will need to measure properly, of course. As long as you measure the correct width and equally distribute the portions of the concrete slab, this should be ok. I would advise to seek proper documentation from your local zoning office for proper property lines and measurements(public records office). The worst thing that can happen here is to measure improperly, thus, creating more space than needed for your vehicle. This would not be legal.

I would also refrain form engaging in any confrontational activities with the other party, if possible. This will only exacerbate the issue. If there is any way possible that you can post a few photos on this matter, this would be most appreciated. I would like to examine the photos.

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