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Adverse Possession Course
How to claim full legal title to empty land and property
Strange as it may seem, but there is a LAW in this country, called the Law of Adverse Possession, that allows you to legally and morally claim any empty land or property as your very own, with full legal title!
How do I know? Because I currently have around £30 million worth that didn’t cost me a penny!
I have been studying this law for around eleven years now, and am currently recognised as one of the leading protagonists in this country. Not only that, but I am the only teacher of Adverse Possession as a Property Investing strategy in the UK, if not the whole world.
This little-known strategy is your gate-way into Property Investing, allowing you to build a huge portfolio without spending cash.
Our course covers absolutely everything you need to know to enable you to go right out and start building your property portfolio FOR FREE, today!
If you’d like to attend our course, simply fill in the form below and we will contact you.
In the meantime, read the extraordinary story of Harry hallows below to inspire you…
How Harry the Tramp became a Property Millionaire
LITTERED with debris, walls of ripped canvas and old junk as furniture, this dingy shack does not look like a multi-million- pound home.
But the little lean-to became the most expensive hovel in Britain after it was the subject of a huge property battle.
Tramp Harry Hallowes, who lived there, occupied the tiny patch of land in London’s posh Hampstead for so long he won squatters’ rights.
Harry’s bizarre story has now inspired major Hollywood movie, Hampstead. Starring Diane Keaton, Brendan Gleeson and James Norton, the romcom has been hailed as North London’s answer to Hugh Grant’s Notting Hill, in West London.
It tells of loveable tramp Donald, played by Gleeson, who faces eviction from his shack which stands in the way of a multi-million-pound property development on Hampstead Heath.
Tired of drifting, he put down roots in London, getting a flat in Highgate, near Hampstead Heath.
But he lost his home and was forced to kip on friends’ couches until he found his own slice of nirvana on the beautiful heath around 1989.
Nearby sat the derelict Athlone House, built in 1855 with its grand gardens designed in the style of the Palace of Versailles.
In real life, Harry won his dramatic court battle in 2007 to live on a well-hidden 90sq ft patch of land, which formed part of the Athlone House estate.
Beloved by his neighbours as a harmless eccentric, Harry was merely a “local legend” until property developers attempted to turf him out in 2005 to build luxury apartments.
The story of how Harry fought to save his home made global headlines. Two years later he was granted the deeds to the plot, valued at £3 million, having proved he had lived there for more than 12 years.
If you’d like to attend our course, simply fill in the form below and we will contact you, or you can go ahead and register and pay now using the button below and we will arrange a mutually convenient date. The course fee is £697 and you will receive a thorough grounding in everything you need to know about Adverse Possession, plus all the relevant paperwork. This is essential knowledge if you want to maximise your property aquisitions and income with nil spend…