Google Analytics tells me that a lot of people wind up on my site when searching for the SC rule for adverse possession. I suppose that's because of a post I wrote a while back called "Rule By Adverse Possession," which really has little to do with the actual rule. So, in order to satisfy the masses, here it is, the SC Rule for Adverse Possession:
"To constitute adverse possession, the possession must be continuous, hostile, open, actual, notorious and exclusive for at least ten years." Knox v. Bogan, 322 S.C. 64, 472 S.E. 2d 43 (S.C. Ct. App. 1996).
There it is, the people wanted it, and the people got it.