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Adverse possession under claim of right

Definition

Provides that a trespasser takes title to a property when a trespasser possesses another’s property in a way that is continuous, exclusive, adverse, and open and notorious by clear and convincing evidence for a statutorily defined period of time (usually 10 years).

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