Engel, et al. v. Parker, 810 N.W.2d 861 (Wis. Ct. App. 2012)

(adverse possession case involving strip of land one quarter mile long varying from fifteen to twenty-three feet in width along property border; no question exists that plaintiff adversely possessed strip on their side of fence for 20 years as of 1974 and tenant farmer then farmed as close as he could to the fence since 1977; plaintiff maintained fence until 1982; defendant claimed that 30-year statute of limitations for bringing adverse possession claim expired in 2004, but trial court rejected argument - owner-in-possession exception applied; trial court judgment affirmed). 

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