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Real Property: Adverse Possession-Exclusive-Continuous

Where appellants challenged a judgment in favor of respondent on its claim of adverse possession of real property, substantial evidence showed that the respondent established visible acts of ownership over the premises including maintaining and improving the property at the exclusion of others, so the “exclusive” element of adverse possession was met, and the “continuous” element also was established through evidence of occupancy, upkeep and lack of intent to abandon, so the judgment is affirmed.

Judgment is affirmed.

A2 Creative Group LLC v. Anderson (MLW No. 74634/Case No. WD82454 – 9 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Pfeiffer, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Platte County, Fincham, J. (Lance Loewenstein, Shawna Bligh, and Chris A. Wendelbo, Kansas City, Missouri, for respondent) ( Jonathan Sternberg  and Jack A. Lewis, North Kansas City, Missouri, for appellant).