Do not take matters into your own hands. People have been seriously injured or killed when confronted by someone angry about a property dispute.
First, be sure that the location of whatever is interfering with your use of the right of way is actually on the right of way. Second, take photos of whatever is interfering with your right of way in a manner that best shows the location of any interference relative to the right of way boundary. Then write a courteous letter (better than calling which can lead to an argument) to the owner of the land over which the right of way is located describing the interference and requesting any information as to the responsible party. If the letter does not resolve the problem, contact one of our Property Dispute Lawyers at Cannon Law, P.C. to discuss your options.