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Can One Adversely Possess Riparian Rights?

By Henault & Sysko Chartered |

The concept of adverse possession is one based in common law, which means it dates back to medieval England. It allows someone who is technically a trespasser on land to acquire legal title to it if they have been occupying it and maintaining it for a period of time (in Maryland, 20 years). Adverse… Read More »

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