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Q: Adverse Possession Maryland Law State / Common Law.

Adverse Possession Maryland Law Can the Land Sell It. The Private Auction Company And And They Will Not Canceled It. It Is For Auction (April 6th 2021). I Had The One Canceled Before By The Same Private Auction Company On ( July 17th 2020). The Owner Knows That The Land Is Adverse Possessed. And That Is What I Emailed Them About. I Called Regarding They Told Me Only The Owner Can Canceled It. The Owner Would Have To Cancel It. I Have C-PTSD PTSD I Don't Get It If The Preeminent Eminent Title Owner Sold The Land Regarding The Private Auction There Would Be Out Of Money. If They Or The Owner Come Came On The Land They Would Go To Jail / Sued Regard Less Of That He / Them Know Or Not. The Preeminent Eminent Title Owner Has No Keys There Are No Trespassing Signs Around The Land Now. And And The Building Is Cleaned Out I Have Images Of It Before. (Adverse Possession Time Period 01-01-2020 April 03 2021.) (What State Laws Does That Violate Regarding State Law/ Common Law Maryland.)

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Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Rockville, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: If you claim to own the land pursuant to the common law doctrine of adverse possession, then you must establish this fact by way of an action in court to declare yourself the owner by virtue of adverse possession, and you must serve the titled owner of record and any trustee under any recorded and unreleased deeds of trust on the property. You bear the burden of proof to present admissible evidence sufficient to establish your claim based on adverse possession, and until a judge rules in your favor and declares the property yours, then you do not own the land by virtue of adverse possession. You merely have an unadjudicated and unproven allegation.

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