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1. I regret to say that once you signed a voluntary order to hand back the property, this brought your claim to an end. You cannot take one course of action and then seek to resile from it and claim you didn't mean it. Here, you bound yourself legally, when you signed the Voluntary order. This brought your claim to adverse possession to an end. Once you signed the voluntary order, that ended your claim for adverse possession. This bound you. You cannot now, come back, and then decide you want to continue your claim for adverse possession. Effectively, once you lost control of the property, by signing the voluntary order, that brought your claim to an end.
2. It is not possible to re-activate a claim for adverse possession once you have signed your rights away. I regret to say that continuous possession without any acknowledgement of an alternative title is necessary to found a claim for adverse possession.
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