What are my rights regarding RV/boat parking that I can't access anymore?
Question Details: I'm having issues with my backyard parking. I bought the house with an RV parking lot in the rear but there's a church parking lot directly behind my house in front of my parking lot. They are now telling me that I can't go through there anymore and they are going to fence their property. How can I resolve this situation? Is it legal for them to tell me that I cannot drive/access the rear parking spot?
Yes, it is legal: there is no law requiring another property owner to allow you to access or travel over their property to get to your property when you have some other way to access your property--and presumably the front of your house overlooks a public street. If it does, you can access your property from that street, so the chuch can bar you from their property. They don't have to let you go through their property just because it would be convenient for you to park and RV in the back--if you have any access to a public road, you have no right to go over/through another's proeprty. You will have to build front RV parking, or a driveway from the front/public road to your backyard parking. Or see if the church will let you use their parking lot for some monthly or annual fee.