Tuesday, November 1, 2011
The New York Times reports on how private landowners who open their property to the public fend off adverse possession claims:
Lever House has been closing itself once a year since 1953, when it was the brand-new headquarters of Lever Brothers. On Sunday, temporary barricades are to be erected, bearing signs saying: “This area is closed to public use on behalf of and in the name of the owner.” Some time later, an employee who was present will sign an affidavit attesting to the closing.
(photo of the Lever House courtyard found with creative commons search)