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Third District Rejects Adverse Possession Claim Brought by Occupying Tenant against Cotenant
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Hacienda Ranch Homes, Inc. v. Superior Court, ___Cal. App.4th___
The Third District Court of Appeal has rejected an adverse possession claim brought by an occupying tenant against a cotenant. The court found that the occupying tenant did not provide sufficient evidence to demonstrate that the occupying tenant intended to oust the cotenant from the property or to otherwise satisfy any of the elements associated with adverse possession against a cotenant.
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Hacienda Ranch Homes Inc. v. Superior Court