Adverse Possession: Criminality trespass

Can a squatter rely upon conduct that amounts to a criminal offence as the basis for a claim in adverse possession? Alison Oldfield and Richard Jobes investigate ‘Until a claim in adverse possession is established however, the occupier of the land is, by definition, committing an unlawful – tortious – act of trespass.’ The decision …
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