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    Re: "Squatter's" rights

    Posted by Frankie on 12/16/08

    On 10/10/08, Steph wrote:
    > Is there a squatters rights law,so to speak, stating "if a
    > caregiver keeps an elderly person in their (the elderly
    > persons) home for more than 2 years ,this home will become
    > the caregivers upon the death of the owner?

    A squatter is a laymen's term for an adverse possessor.
    However, there are certain elements that must be meet before
    someone can acquire property through adverse possession. The
    caregiver in your example would not qualify because the
    elderly person has consented to the caregiver's presence on
    the property.

    Posts on this thread, including this one
  • "Squatter's" rights, 10/10/08, by Steph.
  • Re: "Squatter's" rights, 10/10/08, by --.
  • Re: "Squatter's" rights, 10/10/08, by Sivuplay.
  • Re: "Squatter's" rights, 12/16/08, by Frankie.

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