No. 17121.

632 P.2d 827 (1981)

Robert S. FREDERIKSEN and Jeanne G. Frederiksen, Plaintiffs and Respondents, v. Hal A. LaFLEUR, Mary Helen Parsons, Verne Eliason, Charles Moore, Alan T. Parsons, Jill A. Vanlangewald, David K. Smith, Margene Tweedie, and Edith K. Walker, Defendants and Appellants.

Supreme Court of Utah.

June 22, 1981.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

David R. Irvine, Salt Lake City, for defendants and appellants.

Philip C. Pugsley, Salt Lake City, for plaintiffs and respondents.

OAKS, Justice:

This is an action to quiet title to a plot of land. Plaintiffs are the record owners, and defendants are the purchasers under a tax deed. From a judgment quieting title in plaintiffs, defendants appeal. The issue on appeal is the applicability of the short statute of limitations designed to protect tax titles, and its relationship to the statutory requirements for adverse possession. All statutory citations are to Utah Code Annotated, 1953.

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