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Adverse possession and Pye v Graham

This page explains meaning of the phrase “adverse possession” as set out in Pye v Graham, the leading case on the topic. Other important issues that arise in adverse possession cases are dealt with on the other pages in this section of the site – go back to the page Adverse possession and see the contents column on the left.   Introduction The phrase adverse possession is a convenient one. We are all familiar with it and the Land Registration…

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