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Squatters Rights in Connecticut

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State of Connecticut: Explain squatter's rights

Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  legaleagle replied 7 years ago.
It is called adverse possession. Connecticut law recognizes adverse possession as a way to acquire title to property. Adverse possession is a method of acquiring title to real estate, accomplished by an open, visible, and exclusive possession uninterruptedly for a 15-year period (CGS § 52-575; Whitney v. Turmel 180 Conn. 147 (1980)). Connecticut also recognizes the right to acquire a right-of-way or other easement by continuous, uninterrupted use of someone else's land for 15 years (CGS § 47-37).
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