Home > Cases > Port of London Authority v Mendoza [2017] UKUT 146 (TCC)

Whether the act of mooring a boat was insufficient, by itself, to evidence an intention by the boat owner to take adverse possession of the river bed beneath the boat and whether it was possible to acquire title through adverse possession to the bed of a river that was subject to public navigation rights.

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