adverse claim

adverse claim

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

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Upon learning of the foregoing events, One executed an Affidavit of Adverse Claim which was annotated on the title.
This delegation gave the CIGNA Defendants responsibility "for adjudicating claims for benefits under the Plan, and for deciding any appeals of adverse claim determinations." The Plan documents don't expand the CIGNA Defendants' role beyond that limited capacity, specifically stating instead that the role of claim fiduciary doesn't authorize any fiduciary responsibility with respect to the administration of the Plan.
In addition, the use must be adverse under claim of right and must either be with the knowledge of the owner or so open, notorious, and visible that knowledge of the use by and adverse claim of the claimant is imputed to the owner.
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 LTC insurance market has been plagued by adverse claim experiences and poor overall results which have led to rate instability insurer solvency concerns and market exits by numerous high- profile life insurers over the past several years.
16, 2014, adverse claim experience has continued to reduce the company's surplus, the judge says.
Kodak is selling the patents under section 363 of the US Bankruptcy Code which permits a sale free and clear of any adverse claim or interest.
To combat this issue, leading claim organizations are now employing advanced data analytics to pinpoint explosive claims and interrupt adverse claim outcomes.
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.Amid continuing fears that one response might be a US or Israeli strike on Tehran's nuclear programme, a top aide to Iran's supreme leader again raised the spectre that his country could bring oil shipments from the Gulf to a halt if attacked.
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.(31) In effect, the Second Department held that section 541's presumption exists until one of the two following things happens: (1) an ouster by the possessing cotenant; or (2) the expiration of the ten-year period.