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If he is using a road over which you have the right to prevent him using (i.e. he has not right to use it), then to stop him legally, you would need to seek a court injunction.
You could try putting up some form of fence/gate perhaps, if this works, but otherwise it's a court injunction that you would need.
Yes, okay, then in that case, are you able to write a letter to this person insisting he does not use the road again?
Not really, you've made your position clear, but he seems to be ignoring it, so you need to move up to writing to him first. Then, if that doesn't end this, you should look to getting a solicitor to write to him - the headed notepaper often resolves the issue. If that fails, then a court injunction would be needed and if he breaches that, he would be in contempt of court. If this is pointed out by solicitors, I would be very very surprised if he persisted!
I can understand the reluctance of elderly people to get involved in this type of thing. Hopefully, you can quickly resolve it on all your behalves.
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