Herzog v. Boykin

In Herzog v. Boykin, 148 Ariz. 131, 133, 713 P.2d 332, 334 (App. 1985), the claimant asserted he had acquired title by adverse possession to a neighboring vacant lot where he parked his vehicles. 148 Ariz. at 132-33, 713 P.2d 333-34. The Court found that the claimant's "use was not adverse but was with the owner's implied permission" because he had had conversations with the property owner about his use of the lot and had, upon the owner's request, "moved his vehicles without protest when his use interfered with the owner's use." Id. at 133, 713 P.2d at 334.