Geraint Wheatley has appeared in the Court of Appeal on a case concerning adverse possession. As this was a 2nd appeal, permission could only be granted where the Court of Appeal recognised that it involved an important point of principle or practice (CPR 52.7). The main substantive issue was as to the nature and extent of the acts of possession required where the land in question is not enclosed in any way. In addition, the appeal explored the nature of the Upper Tribunal's approach to appeals from the First Tier Tribunal. Judgment has been reserved.
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