2010 Tennessee Code
Title 28 - Limitation Of Actions
Chapter 2 - Limitation of Real Actions
28-2-101 - Adverse possession State conveyance.
28-2-101. Adverse possession State conveyance.
(a) Any person having had, either personally or through those through whom that person's claim arises, individually or through whom a person claims, seven (7) years' adverse possession of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, granted by this state or the state of North Carolina, holding by conveyance, devise, grant, or other assurance of title, purporting to convey an estate in fee, without any claim by action at law or in equity commenced within that time and effectually prosecuted against such person is vested with a good and indefeasible title in fee to the land described in such person's assurance of title.
(b) No title shall be vested by virtue of such adverse possession, unless such conveyance, devise, grant, or other assurance of title shall have been recorded in the register's office for the county or counties in which the land lies during the full term of such seven (7) years' adverse possession.
[Code 1858, § 2763 (deriv. Acts 1819, ch. 28, § 1); Acts 1895, ch. 38, § 1; Shan., § 4456; Code 1932, § 8582; T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 28-201.]
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