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Sadly the only way it can be extinguished is if the person who has the right agrees
In order for an easement or right of way to be extinguished then both the dominant land (the land with the right to an easement or profit) and the servient land (the land over which the right can be exercised) must both come into the common ownership and possession in fee simple of the same owner. The principle here is that a person cannot have rights against himself. Once an easement or right of way is extinguished then it cannot be revived at a later date should both plots be separated and sold off to different owners.
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