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No he would not be able to prevent access and/or charge you to have access. You do have a right to access in light of what is reflected on the deed. In addition, the previous owners would have acquired the right to use that particular access in light of the fact that they have done so for 30 years, they would have transferred that right to you.
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I am unable to comment on the deeds as I do not have them in front of me.
However the fact that the previous owners used that access for in excess of 20 years they would have acquired the right to do so, which in law can be passed to you.