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How to save title of your property from illegal occupants?

Illegal possession on your property can lead to adverse possession if you don’t take a timely action.

An owner of a property is at will touse or not to use his property. However, if there is an intrusion and he doesnot take any timely action against the intruder, he loses the property. Itsounds strange, but this is the law.

Adverse Possession is a legal doctrine that legalises occupation of a trespasser over a property. The claimant gets a right of ownership in the property if the real owner of the said property is sleeping over his right and does not take any action against the intruder (the claimant) who has enjoyed the possession of the said property for a sufficient period.

Here is what you must know to safeguard your property from such issues:

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