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Virginia Adverse Possession Law
 
Gardiner S. Mulford v. Walnut Hill Farm Group, LLC

In this appeal we consider whether the circuit court erred in finding that appellant Gardiner S. Mulford (“Mulford”) did not have a legal right to access property that he owned in Culpeper County.

FACTS

We will state the facts in the light most favorable to Walnut Hill Farm Group, (“Walnut Hill”) the prevailing party below. Prospect Dev. Co. v. Bershader, 258 Va. 75, 80, 515 ... More...
   $0 (06-09-2011 - VA)

Shannon Harkleroad v. Theodore K. Linkous

In this appeal, we consider whether the circuit court correctly determined that a co-tenant with an undivided one-half interest in an improved parcel of real property had established the necessary elements to prove adverse possession as against the other co-tenants and, thus, was entitled to a judgment granting quiet title to the entire property in fee simple.

BACKGROUND

The parties ... More...
   $0 (01-13-2011 - VA)

Burwell's Bay Improvement Association v. R. Forrest Scott, et al.

In this appeal, we consider whether a 1925 order of the Circuit Court of Isle of Wight County granting to a specified person the “right and privilege” to erect a wharf was sufficient to convey riparian rights to the recipient’s successors in interest.

I. Facts and Proceedings Below

The Code of Virginia, as in effect in 1924, provided a means by which a private citizen could pet... More...
   $0 (02-27-2009 - VA)

Thomas M. Helms, et al. v. James L. Manspile, et al.

In this appeal the primary issue we consider is whether alleged owners of real estate established as a matter of law that they own title to a parcel of land by adverse possession.

II.

James L. Manspile and Sheri N. Graham (the Manspiles) filed a complaint against Thomas M. Helms, Barbara S. Helms, and others. The Manspiles sought a declaration that they own an easement that transve... More...
   $0 (01-16-2009 - VA)

 
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