because the easement owners had regulaarl used access. The trial court enjoined the servient owner from parkiin on the easement on the ground that the easement deed did not expressly reserve parking rights, as was the case for the 1958 easement granted over a neighboring lot. The appellate court reversed as to parking rights. The easemeen deed did not specify that the easement area had to remain free of encroachments or obstructions. Therefore, the servient owner had the right to make any use of...