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Does acquiring property through adverse possession give the acquiring party good and marketable title?
No. The acquiring party must first go through a quit-claim proceeding before he can acquire good and marketable title.
What must be shown to establish adverse possession?
To establish title by adverse possession, the possessor must show:
1. an actual entry giving exclusive possession that is;
2. open and notorious,
3. adverse (hostile), and
4. continuous throughout the statutory period.
The statute of limitations does not begin to run if the true owner was under some disability to sue when the cause of action first accrued. Typical disabilities include: minority, imprisonment, insanity...