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No Adverse Possession of Riparian Rights (access required)

A family that owned a pavilion and piers near the “Public Acre” land owned by Burwell’s Bay Improvement Association along the James River in Wight County has not proven its claim of adverse possession that would permit its challenge Burwell’s Bay’s construction of a pier that would extend into the riparian area that formerly contained ...

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