DeFoor v. DeFoor, 290 Ga. 540 (Ga. Sup. Ct. 2012)

(adverse possession case; no need to reside on subject property to establish adverse possession, exercise of dominion sufficient; evidence supported trial court determination of sufficient exercise of dominion over subject property via making improvements, paying taxes, renting out a part of the premises and harvesting timber for sale; acts made in public and were hostile). 

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