DeMarco v. Acker, et al, PICS Case No. 17-1018 (C.P. Carbon May 16, 2017) Serfass, J. (16 pages).


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Plaintiffs established title to a disputed portion of land between the parties' adjoining parcels through a "consentable boundary" where the evidence demonstrated that the parties and their predecessors used two fences on the disputed property as a consentable boundary for 40 years. The court entered judgment for plaintiffs.

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