McDiarmid v. N. Va. Reg’l Park Auth. (U)

The circuit court properly dismissed a case arising from allegations that, in constructing a connector trail near the plaintiffs’ property, the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority installed part of the trail on their property.

The trial record confirms that the plaintiffs failed to produce evidence of clear title or prima facie title to the disputed area of land. Therefore their claims were rightly dismissed.


McDiarmid v. N. Va. Reg’l Park Auth. (U), No. 171625, Feb. 21, 2019. SCV (per curiam) from Fairfax.

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