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The doctrine of constructive adverse possession applies only if the adverse possessor enters the land in a good faith belief that his title to the property is valid, he occupies a significant portion of the property, and the description of the property in the deed is recognized by the community as one parcel of land. The doctrine of constructive adverse possession does not apply if someone else is in possession of the land at the time of entry by the constructive adverse possessor.

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