Adverse Possession

Adverse Possession definition

/ˈadvəːs/ /pəˈzɛʃ(ə)n/

What does Adverse Possession mean?

Adverse possession is possession inconsistent with the title of and without the permission of the true owner, and a means of acquiring title to that land by long possession (broadly speaking, 12 years in the case of unregistered land and 10 years in the case of registered land).

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