Adverse Possession - Marketable Title - Land had been in the possession of P and his predecessors for twenty-eight years in such a manner that the court found that, beyond a reasonable doubt, title had been established by adverse possession. Held, that P could give D, a purchaser, a good and marketable title. Winer v. Hooper (Md., i92I), 115 Atl. 31.
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