G S C gscole at ARK.SHIP.EDU
Mon Aug 16 16:15:15 UTC 1999

Depending on the laws of a given state, squatting could be something as
'simple' as walking/driving across someone's property, on a regular
basis, and establishing the legal right, after several years, to
continue to cross that property.  In the 1950s, I heard references to
squatter's rights, when used with private property.  Later, I was told
that the legal nicety dealt with 'notorious use'.  Again, the basic
differences are in the laws of the various states.

George S. Cole  gscole at ark.ship.edu
Shippensburg University

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