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An entry upon land with the intent to claim the land and to hold it; the intention of a disseisor to appropriate and use land as his own to the exclusion of all others, irrespective of any semblance or shadow of actual title or right. In criminal law this was a plea to theft asserting that the property was taken under the honest (but mistaken) belief that the defendant had a superior right to the property.

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