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"become yours" - Which court are you in? The court of the schoolyard? If you're in real court, then You would need to sue, to quiet title When a bona-fide dispute as to ownership exists, a case can be brought before a judge to resolve ownership definitively. The axiom of a quiet title action is that you must notify all parties who could possibly ...


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De facto it's yours, but de jure it still belongs to the owner. You might have some luck with abandonment, but unless we're talking about something like a car, it's unlikely to matter. And abandonment will likely just allow you to have it towed away, not to have it re-titled in your name. Your jurisdiction will matter, and if the value is enough to ...


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Can the said co-owner go for a partition deed? YES But it will have to be agreed by all the joint-owners. The actual process on how to go about it will depend on what the property is (e.g. agricultural land, dwelling, or is movable / immovable), the owners' religion(s) and what state the property is located in. This article gives some more detail - ...


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