In an action to quiet title based on adverse possession, the evidence that supported findings of actual, open and notorious, or exclusive possession included that the adverse possessor had cleared and maintained the disputed tract, fenced it in with hot wire, and rented it out for agricultural purposes. Maintaining a fence and posting signs against trespassing are not absolutely necessary to maintaining a claim for adverse possession. Further, the time for adverse possession may begin with an agreement on an otherwise uncertain boundary, the presumption of which arises on proof of long acquiescence to that boundary line.
Coleman v. Hartman, WD83925
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