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You said it runs alongside your property so is it on your land or not?
I see well if the path is outside your land then any land owner can insist you remove the paving. If this is not owned by them or you, then in reality they cannot insist in the removal of the paving provided it does not obstruct their access. I trust this assists
Damage them how, with mud?
Yes I am sorry but that is simply not a reason for the paving to not be removed. That said, as I have also said, the only person who can legitimately ask you to remove the paving is the land owner. I trust this assists
Yes I am an expert in this area and have helped many people. Maintaining the right of way does not necessarily mean putting down the paving. In any event as I have clearly asked if this is your land and you confirmed it is not, then you have no right technically to do anything on the land maintenance or not. If it is your land you can do what you want except block their access. I trust this assists
They cannot block your access because they do not own the land, the land owner however can block your access and accessing the land without consent is trespass for which you could have legal action brought against you. I trust this assists