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    Can I claim adverse possession on behalf of myself/my deceased parent.
    Last edited by RB.2020; 19-01-2020, 23:22 PM. Reason: Adverse possession

    Wait until you have sight of decased Will..


      Are you the executor?

      If you are not the excecutor do you inherit the property?

      Do you live in the property?

      If you do not, do you intend to move in?

      How long was your parent in adverse possession?

      What are we talking about here? A bit of garden? A field? A building?

      Is the land registered?


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