Associations Couldn’t Establish ‘Adverse Possession’ of Bike Trails
Facts: A corporation bought undeveloped land adjacent to two planned communities. The communities’ homeowners associations asserted that the company was required to allow members to continue using bike trails on the undeveloped land. The corporation argued that the associations had no claim to the bike trails and that members wouldn’t be allowed to use them. The associations sued the corporation, asking the trial court for a judgment in their favor without a trial. The trial court ruled against them, and they appealed.
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