Jackson v. Herring, 86 So.3d 9 (La. Ct. App. 2012)

(case involves dispute over boundary; plaintiff claims ownership over disputed property via adverse possession or via prescription; trial court ruled for defendant on basis that plaintiff's acts of possession were unconnected acts of trespass; trial court judgment affirmed on appeal; plaintiff could not utilize tacking).

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