Summary of the Law of Real Property; For the Use of Students in Connection with the Second Book of Blackstone's Commentaries

Summary of the Law of Real Property; For the Use of Students in Connection with the Second Book of Blackstone's Commentaries

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...Here the inter--_ lock includes all the land patented to both A and B. (1). Vhen neither A nor B is in possession. Then of course A has the better right, having the senior patent. And this is true, a_f0rtim-i, where A has actual.possession of part of the land, and Bis not in possession ofany part. (2). When A has no actual possession, and B has actual possession of part of the land. Then B has adverse p0SSB$.'lnll of the whole, under principle laid down in I, (3), supra. (3). WhenA has actual" possession of part of the land, and B has possession of another part. Then B's adverse possession is confined to the limits of his actual possession, on principle laid down in I, (4), supra. N. B. As the two patents precisely coincide, neither A nor B can be in possession of any part of his tract outside of the interlock, and hence it is impossible for the cases under I, (2), and (5), supra, to arise. I '6 III. When B's patent is entirely within A's. The same principles apply as under I, supra. IV. lVhen A's patent is entirely within B's. The same principles apply as under I, supra. ' 134. DIsAB1Lrr1m or COVERTURE, INFANCY, AND 11'sANr1Y.--By 'Code Va. 2917.' "If at the time at which the right of any person to make entry on or bring an action to recover any land shall have first accrued, such person was an infant, married woman, or insane, then such person, or the person claiming through him, may, notwithstanding the said perod mentioned in 2915 1:15 or 10 years, as wasstated in 129--supra shall have expired, make an entry on or bring an action to recover such land within ten years next after the time at which the person to whom such right shall have first accrued as aforesaid, ...show more

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