Walden v. Heirs of GratzAnnotate this Case
14 U.S. 292 (1816)
U.S. Supreme Court
Walden v. Heirs of Gratz, 14 U.S. 1 Wheat. 292 292 (1816)
Walden v. Heirs of Gratz
14 U.S. (1 Wheat.) 292
ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY
Under the Act of Assembly of Kentucky of 1798 entitled "An act concerning champerty and maintenance," a deed will pass the title to lands notwithstanding an adverse possession.
The statute of limitations of Kentucky does not differ essentially from the English statute of 21 James I, c. 1, and is to be construed as that statute and all other acts of limitation founded upon it have been construed. The whole possession must be taken together; when the statute has once begun to run, it continues, and an adverse possession, under a survey, previous to its being carried into grant, may be connected with a subsequent possession.
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