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Agricultural Fence Lines in Adverse Possession Claims

A family legacy

Mark Twain is believed to have remarked, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” If you look for historical evidence that Twain actually coined this maxim, you won’t find it. But like the remark itself, the law often is more reflective of the echo that resonates down through time than the original utterance. This is an article about the evolution of a very specific and, to be honest, obscure aspect of agricultural law: agricultural fence lines in adverse possession Read More…