[WATCH VIDEO] "Adverse Possession in Las Vegas"

by Mitchell Reed Sussman on Feb. 10, 2024

Real Estate Real Estate Other 

Summary: Adverse possession is the legal concept that if the owner of the land isn’t using it, and someone else is giving the land a useful purpose for long enough, the law favors the useful purpose over the land being left unused.

Nevada Revised Statutes 11.100 - 11.160 address adverse possession in the state.

 

 

Adverse possession is the legal concept that if the owner of the land isn’t using it, and someone else is giving the land a useful purpose for long enough, the law favors the useful purpose over the land being left unused. 

 

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