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    Hi everybody,

    I'm in the middle of my second claim for adverse possession over land at the rear of my house. H.M.L.R have just received an objection again from council
    who we are fighting over the land.We have looked through our deeds and found that an easement would be easy to prove.
    I have spoken to the man dealing with the case from council on many occasions should i now state my finding to him over the phone and state there is no big prize at the end of this (getting me of the land) or would this harm my current claim for adverse possession many thanks.

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