Prudential Assurance Company Limited v Waterloo Real Estate Inc: CA 22 Jan 1999

Where title to land was to be established by adverse possession, the claim had to be unequivocal only in the sense that the intention to possess was clear to the world. It was unnecessary for the dispossessed party to know of the title he lost.

Times 08-Feb-1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 642
England and Wales
Appeal FromPrudential Assurance Company Ltd v Waterloo Real Estate Inc ChD 13-May-1998
The owner of a party wall who had allowed a neighbour exclusive use of it without objection for a period over twelve years, could lose his interest in the wall by the adverse possession of that neighbour. . .

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Updated: 12 January 2022; Ref: scu.145557