Transfer or Acquisition of Title:

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adverse title (18c) A title acquired by adverse possession

after-acquired title – the ownership interest in land which a person acquires after purporting to sell the property to the buyer.

derivative title – title that results when an already existing right is transferred to a new owner; a transferee acquires only the rights held by the transferor and no more.

escheat – the right of the state to take title to property after the death of a person who has not disposed of the property by will and has left no heirs to inherit it.


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