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Section 11 is literally what it says, anything else you can think of in support of your application.
I don’t think that you have a good chance of getting your application for Adverse Possession registered based upon what you told me. You need 10 years without consent or objection and not in secret.
You asked the freeholders in 2006 if you could included in your demise and they said it would never happen.
Since 2015, they have come up with various arguments to get you to hand over access and for tribunal purposes, treat that as an objection to your occupation stop
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Please remember I have no vested interest in saying that you have a fantastic claim or a poor claim. I think the freeholders will argue that they have continually said that you would never get it included in your demise and that would be construed as an objection.
Even if the last time they mention that was 10 years ago, the freeholders and their agents have come up with various arguments over the years to get you to give access back and that could also be argued as being an objection.
I don’t think that the access for emergency purposes would defeat your occupation however.
You don’t include their objections, they put those in as part of their defence and the tribunal will decide whether there objection stands. I can’t see that what other lessees have been doing is relevant.
They will also argue first objection about placing the plants was an objection with regard to your exclusive occupation and treating it as your own. You cannot be treating it as your own if they are objecting to you having things in the area.