adverse claim

adverse claim

A claim against real property that is inconsistent with the purported owner's full ownership rights.

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Companies need to ask their partners to evaluate the cost of adverse claim trends, create a risk control plan to address those trends, and project the resulting financial improvement expected after implementation.
The report's lengthy examination of current evidence of health problems does not find every adverse claim wholly proven, but there is plenty to be very worried about.
Iran warned yesterday it will not respond to every adverse claim about its nuclear drive, after a damning report from the UN atomic watchdog left the global community divided about future action.
Disputes would first go through an internal and, if necessary, an external appeal process for adverse claim decisions before they go to court.
In Kraker, the Second Department focused on the character of Fred's possession to determine that it did not give the other cotenants notice of an adverse claim of ownership.
6) Because adverse possession law focuses on the adequacy of notice of an adverse claim given to the record owner and her subsequent inaction, an inquiry into a claimant's belief in ownership is immaterial.
Payment of attorneys' fees to prevailing defendants where the court finds that the adverse claim was made frivolously or in bad faith.
8 billion Central Fund [which] is available to pay the claims of any syndicate impacted by adverse claim activity.
We expect that we will have an adverse claim from time to time because we understand the exposure going in," Parks said.
Many employees are excluded by underwriters because of their adverse claim histories.
Bankruptcy Code which permits a sale free and clear of any adverse claim or interest.
Claim experience with ported life benefits has historically been bad, and as more insureds port their insurance as a result of layoffs, the adverse claim experience likely will go up, requiring rate increases.