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Once the statute of limitations has run in his adverse possession, the adverse possessor gets a new title to the land. The old title is extinguished. The adverse possessor's title relates back to the date of initial entry. It is subject to liens, easements, covenants, or the mineral interests of another. There are no restrictions on transferability other than those imposed by law (Statute of Frauds). Note: If the adverse possessor has never interfered with these interests, they are still valid.

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