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Vermont Real estate laws

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Amongst all Vermont Real estate laws, Adverse possession is a pretty interesting concept.

The doctrine of adverse possession is the basis for this and according to it,

any individual developing an abandoned property and possesses it in a public manner,

then after a period of time s/he can claim the title of the property.

Facts about Vermont adverse possession:

  • Adverse possession is an open type of property possession and is placed under the code section Tit. 12 §501.
  • The time period required for the occupation and claiming the title of the property is about 15 years in Vermont.

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