Turner V. Rowland - Division Three Court of Appeals of Washington

Turner V. Rowland

By Division Three Court of Appeals of Washington

  • Release Date - Published: 1970-04-30
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Division Three Court of Appeals of Washington
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EVANS, C.J. - Plaintiffs Turner and Hsieh brought this action against defendants Rowland and the other named defendants, seeking to quiet title to a parcel of land along the Palouse Highway at the north city limits of Pullman, Washington. The disputed parcel consists entirely of vacated or abandoned streets in College Hill Addition to Pullman. Plaintiffs claim title to the disputed parcel as successors by deed from the heirs of W. I. Parr, who plaintiffs contend acquired title by adverse possession.

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