squatter's rights


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squatter's rights

See adverse possession.
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Jeff Horn has declared squatter's rights at Saltholme, near Hartlepool, where he has grazed his cows for the past 15 years.
Since the mid-'90s, Rineke Dijkstra's had squatter's rights to gray sky as the backdrop for people on beaches--and that's, well, enough of that.
And in the no-break-for-the-wicked department, you may have heard that two rich white dudes and maybe a green dupe will be fighting it out for squatter's rights to a big white house in D.
In an apparent throwback to the vagrancy laws of past generations, cops have rousted out homeless people by the dozens for the ``crime'' of congregating on the sidewalk, even though the city has granted them squatter's rights for decades and failed to develop alternatives.
RICHARD FAHEY will reluctantly be taking up squatter's rights at the Jockey Club after lodging an appeal
Knowing how animals traditionally mark their territory, we could say that Pooh, had he pooped on Rabbit's floor, would have established a kind of squatter's rights to the premises.
Just as The Sleeping Beauty also belongs to us in the West, so the Kirov has more than squatter's rights to Balanchine.
Homeless rights activists have taken up residence at Manchester's historic Stock Exchange, claiming the legal right to occupy the building under squatter's rights.
In June 2008 Bishop Buckley applied to the Land Registry for Northern Ireland to be granted squatter's rights of the 108-yearold presbytery.
But when they return early, the clan are far from impressed to find the locks to their house have been changed and that the Savage family are declaring squatter's rights.
A HIGH-FLYER with squatter's rights is poised to set up home once more in what could be the most imposing desres in Warwickshire Perched on the tip of a Victorian water tower is a peregrine falcon, the fastest creature on the planet at speeds of up to 250mph.