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Where is this property located?
Can you explain your situation a bit more? Did you attempt to purchase the land?
The prompt for a telephone call was automated. Was the sale conducted by a Solicitor? Is your interest in the property endorsed on the deed at all? Who did you purchase land from?
I really cannot say what that clause extracted means without seeing the entirety of the deed.
i am also struggling to give you a fulsome response as your instructions are not quite clear. Land and house are not sold separately, as such, the land would be sold with the house and it is unclear therefore why your name would not have been endorsed on the deed.
in any event, for you to claim adverse possession, you will be required to demonstrate that you were in quiet undisturbed possession of the land for 10 years without the paper title owner’s consent. It means therefore the person who is named on the deed must not have known of or consented to you being in possession of the property for you to claim adverse possession.
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