The squatters rights.org website says, “We defend property rights and the public good”.
Well, it does. But it does also state that squatters rights is a movement. That’s not a word I ever thought would appear in an internet-enabled billboard. So, I guess you could say that there are squatters rights advocates in Oklahoma trying to stop squatters from taking over a large area of land.
While squatters rights is a movement, it’s also a legal effort. The people who started the movement are trying to stop squatters from stealing the land where they live or taking it away from them. In its current form, squatters rights is a legal challenge to the Oklahoma Land Conservation Code, which says that squatters can’t claim ownership of land they don’t own.
The trouble is that the law is written such that the person who is trying to stop squatters from taking over a large area of land has to first give the owner a chance to claim ownership of the land before squatters can take it. The problem is that the owner won’t give them a chance because the squatters aren’t giving up very much. They’re just squatting the land which is what is actually happening in this case because the land is private property.
How much of the squatters are squatting is a question of how much the owner wants to take away from the land.
The more the squatters take away from a piece of land, the more difficult it is to claim that land by the owner because they have no way of knowing who is squatting and who is legitimately entitled to reclaim the land. There’s also a huge legal battle over whether or not a lot of the squatters are actually legal squatters (or just the ones who are squatting in the first place.
The squatters are squatting in private, so any property that they own is not owned by a person. This means the owners of squatters or squatters rights are not allowed to take anything from the owner.
Legal squatters are often the property owners who have not paid rent or are evicted from their own property and are forced to leave. Most squatters rights cases have been brought up in the courts, but in Oklahoma, the court systems have been so incompetent that many of them have been appealed to the state Supreme Court. The court recently ruled that squatters cannot use the law to get their own personal property back.
The Supreme Court has ruled that squatters cannot use the law to get their own personal property back. In the opinion of the justices, Oklahoma Constitution Article 1, Section 25 states that squatters cannot “claim the right to property which has been alienated, forfeited, or otherwise surrendered by the party who claims the right.” In other words, squatters can keep their personal property but cannot take it back.
I guess this means that squatters like you and I can’t just take our stuff back, but we can at least get it back from the government. I’m not sure that’s a great solution, but it’s not a bad one either. The legal system is pretty weak right now, and it seems like the government would have a hard time stopping squatters from taking back items illegally.