What’s worse than eminent domain abuse? Adverse possession! A neighbor admits to trespassing on your land for years, land that you maintained and on which you paid property tax. Then the lawbreaking neighbor utilizes a little known statute called “adverse possession” and legally confiscates your property without any compensation.
Sound outrageous? To find out how two Boulder residents – an attorney and an ex-judge – utilized adverse possession to take their neighbors’ property, tune into Independent Thinking as host Jon Caldara discusses the Kirlin land grab case with Mountain States Legal Foundation President William Perry Pendley and Boulder businessman Bob Greenlee. That’s Thursday night at 8:30 p.m. on KBDI Channel 12, repeated the following Tuesday at 5 p.m.