Naveed Ali analyses the evolution of adverse possession ‘Despite this “unjust” method of acquisition, there are numerous arguments in favour of adverse possession. Firstly, there is the notion that the very existence of adverse possession encourages negligent landowners to make use of their disused land.’ Land law has long acknowledged the rights of other people …
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- Beaulane Properties Ltd v Palmer  EWHC 817 (Ch)
- J A Pye (Oxford) Ltd v Graham; J A Pye (Oxford) Ltd v UK  Ch 676;  UKHL 30;  ECHR 921;  ECHR 5559
- London Borough of Lambeth v Blackburn  EWCA Civ 912
- Ofulue v Bossert  EWCA Civ 7;  UKHL 16
- Powell v McFarlane (1977) 38 P&CR 452