Action in adverse possession: recognition of the immovable property by prescription

The adverse possession or prescription acquisitive is a way for the owner of a property to acquire the property.»Prescription acquisitive is a way to acquire a property or a right by the effect of the possession without the plaintiff being obliged to bring back a title or to oppose the exception inferred bad faith». In addition, section of the same code provides that:»ownership is acquired also by accession or incorporation, and by prescription». Thus, the adverse possession is one of the various ways in which one acquires the ownership of a movable property or real estate. However, it should be