Adverse Possession - Tenants in Common - Inception of Hostility - A father died leaving seven children as heirs to his farm. Since 1883, the plaintiff, who was the eldest son. had been in continuous and exclusive Dossession, paying all the taxes and taking all the profits without rendering any account to his co-heirs. Before 1883, the plaintiff had rebuilt the house on the premises, and in xgoi, he built a barn on the place. In a suit to quiet title, it was held, that it was a permissible inference from all the evidence that the plaintiff had gained title by adverse-possession. Hahn v. Keith et al., (Wis., I919) 174 N. W. 551.
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