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REAL ESTATE 3: Can you take your neighbor’s land by Adverse Possession?

To prevail on a claim of adverse possession, plaintiffs must show that they possessed the disputed property openly, adversely, exclusively, and continuously for at least 15 years. A party making an adverse possession claim can meet the time requirement by tacking their possessory period to that of their predecessors in interest with whom they are in privity of estate.

Actual notice not required in quiet title action

Holding that intervening defendant-Sawsan Enterprise received constitutionally adequate notice, the court affirmed the trial court's order quieting title in the real property at issue in plaintiff, who purchased it at auction after a tax...

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