adjectio     dominii     per     continuationem     possessionis    (<<schwa>>-jek-shee-oh     d<<

schwa>>-min-ee-I      p<<schwa>>r      k<<schwa>>n-tin-yoo-ay-shee-oh-n<<schwa>>m      p<<

schwa>>-zes[h]-ee-oh-nis). [Latin] Roman law. The acquisition of the right to property ownership

by  continued  possession.  •  This  acquisition  is  otherwise  known  as  usucapio  or  acquisitive

prescription. See USUCAPIO; adequate prescription under PRESCRIPTION. [Blacks Law 8th]