Affidavit by Adverse Possessor That Property Held Adversely and Claim of Title is Based on Grant of Ownership From Previous Owner - Squatters Rights
Adverse possession is a means by which someone may acquire title to the land of another through certain acts over a defined period of time. Such acts must continue uninterrupted for the time period defined by state laws, which vary by state. In general, the acts of possession must be overt, hostile, exclusive, uninterrupted, and under a claim of right, so as to give the owner or others claiming entitlement to possession notice and an opportunity to counter the adverse possession. This form is an affidavit refuting such claims.
This form is for illustrative purposes only. Local laws should be consulted to determine any specific requirements for such a form in a particular jurisdiction.
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