Adverse possession [electronic resource] : hostile possession or possession under claim of right / by Wilson Freyermuth
- Freyermuth, R. Wilson, 1962-
- Minneapolis, MN : Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction.
- Additional Creators:
- Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
- Restrictions on Access:
- CALI password required for access.
- "This lesson focuses upon the requirement that an adverse possession claim must be based upon possession that is sufficiently "hostile" and "under claim of right." This lesson addresses the following topics: the rationale behind the "hostile/under claim of right" requirement and how it relates to the other elements of the common law adverse possession rule; the significance of "permission to occupy land" under adverse possession doctrine, and how to distinguish between permissive and hostile claims; and the legal standards by which differing courts have evaluated the hostility of a possessor's claim, either by reference to the possessor's actions (objectively), or state of mind (subjectively)"-- CALI lessons subject list
- Dates of Publication and/or Sequential Designation:
- Began in 1999.
- Publication Frequency:
- Updated irregularly
- Audience Notes:
- Law students in CALI-member law schools.
- Description based on 2001 version., "Approximate completion time: 50 minutes", and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED DICKINSON USERS; PASSWORD REQUIRED FOR ACCESS.
- Other Forms:
- Also issued as part of the annual compilation of lessons on CD-ROM under the title: CALI lessons for law students. When different, the online version is more current.
- Technical Details:
- Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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