"An adverse possessor may interrupt his or her continuous possession by acting in a way that acknowledges the superiority of the real owner's title," pursuant to Allen v. Johnson, a 2003 decision of the Connecticut Appellate Court.
Digirolamo v. Moriarty
October 1, 2012
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