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Can a property owner in a homeowners’ association (HOA) community obtain title of association property through adverse possession without paying taxes on the disputed property?

An owner of property in a homeowner’s association (HOA) community attempts to obtain common association property through adverse possession claiming they are excused from meeting the requirement of paying taxes on the disputed property.

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