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Real Estate – Adverse Possession – Easement – Abandonment (access required)

Owners who purchased their property in Botetourt County in 1972, including a 102-foot tract of land identified as “Parcel 2,” and who cleared brush, took off timber and maintained dog kennels and a smokehouse on Parcel 2, have established that they own title to Parcel 2 by adverse possession, the Virginia Supreme Court holds. First, appellants ...

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