미국에서의 Adverse Possession

@inproceedings{2002AP,
  title={미국에서의 Adverse Possession},
  author={박홍래},
  year={2002}
}
When the occupant or those under whom the occupant claims have been in actual continued occupation of real property for 7 years under a claim of title exclusive of any other right, but not founded on a written instrument, judgment, or decree, the property actually occupied shall be held adversely if the person claiming adverse possession made a return of the property by proper legal description to the property appraiser of the county where it is located within 1 year after entering into… 
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