Confusing the 2 year statute of limitations for “Permanent Injury” That is in Conflict With the Adverse Possession Statutes

Here is an interview regarding trespass and the loss of property as a result of litigants applying the two year statute of limitations in real estate transactions involving adverse possession instead of the three, five, ten or twenty-five year statute of limitations designed for those kinds of actions. Courts are confusing the use of section 16.003 of the Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code and applying it in land title disputes.

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