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'Adverse Possession': Squatting in Boca Raton

A man moved into a waterfront $2.5 mansion. When the cops came, they couldn't get him to leave.
08:16 | 04/12/2013

Transcript for 'Adverse Possession': Squatting in Boca Raton

you've heard the saying, there goes the neighborhood. Well, imagine watching folks move into the beautiful home right across the street. The problem is, they didn't pay a cent for it. The $2.5 million... See More
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