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What Is Adverse Possession in Missouri?

Posted on February 16, 2024
Adverse possession is also commonly referred to as “squatter’s rights.” In real estate law, it is a doctrine that allows a person who is in possession of land owned by someone else to acquire a valid title for that property without purchasing it from the owner. If you own property in Missouri, it is...
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What Is the Redemption Period for Tax Sales in Missouri?

Posted on December 1, 2023
Homeowners in Missouri are required to pay property taxes. If someone is delinquent in a property tax obligation, meaning they have fallen behind on payments, they will most likely have a redemption period of up to one year to pay what is owed before the title of the home is transferred to the highest...
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What Is a Quiet Title Action?

Posted on November 2, 2023
If you want to have land declared to be legally yours or if someone is bringing a quiet title action against you claiming they own a portion of your land, it is important that you understand what a quiet title action is and how it can affect your rights. An experienced real estate attorney...
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