The moral of the story, like so many others, is. Anticipate. Identify problems and be prepared. Having to conclude a common entry agreement at the last minute contributes to the dispute. And to learn that there is a problem. A common entrance can be a dead end or an obstacle to the sale of real estate. What for? For a lender, the reason is the same as behind his request that the security must be marketable. Mortgaged real estate is collateral for the loan and the lender wants to ensure that the collateral can easily be sold at no less than the amount due for the mortgage. A title problem can exclude it, but also a quarrel around a common entry. Quarrels between neighbors over access, maintenance and improvement of readers and common entrances lead to complaints and worse. “Worse” involves roadblocks, obstructions and, in extreme cases, shout outs! Lenders probably don`t worry about a fist fight, but they will worry that their collateral will be reduced by litigation…