(defendant held both an express easement coinciding with a gravel road that ran across the plaintiff’s property and an easement by prescription that allowed the defendant’s use of portions of the road not subject to the express easement; scope of express easement not exceeded because language creating easement in deed was an ingress/egress easement with no limitations and present use consistent with longstanding use of the easement).
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