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If I have a right of way over someone’s property, what am I entitled to do on that right of way?

This really depends upon the terms of the right of way.  Usually, the right of way will be noted in the title to your property or in a conveyance of the land that benefits from the right of way and the land which is burdened by the right of way. However, generally speaking, a right of way in its purest form is simply a right to pass and re-pass along the right of way. It does not allow you to stop and linger or park on the right of way. It is possible that the right of way can be limited to a right of way on foot or it could also be with vehicular access. 

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