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    Re: adverse possession

    Posted by -- on 2/28/08

    On 2/28/08, andrew saulen wrote:
    > My grandfathter has maintained of parcel of ground
    > adjoining his property for the past 40 years. He has
    > added top soil to the adjacent property as well as planted
    > trees and shrubs and all other maintenance i.e. mowing the
    > grass and seeding the lawn. Now the after 40 years the
    > owner has come to him and offered to sell him the land for
    > 1000 dollars. Is he able to acquire this property through
    > adverse posssession.

    Possibly. If he can prove to a court that he has openly used
    the property, did not have permission to use the property and
    his use was continuous. (not interrupted by the owner of
    record.) However, if the owner of record will sell for
    $1,000 it might not be worth the expense of bringing an
    action for adverse possession in a court.

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  • adverse possession, 2/28/08, by andrew saulen.
  • Re: adverse possession, 2/28/08, by --.

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