Police seize $2.5 million mansion from squatter
Boca Raton Police, Bank of America Seize $2.5 Million Home From Squatter - ABC News
Police in Boca Raton, Fla., have seized a $2.5 million mansion from a squatter after he tried to use an antiquated state law to take legal possession of the home from Bank of America.Andre "Loki" Barbosa has lived in a five-bedroom Boca Raton waterside property since December. The Brazilian national, 23, who reportedly calls himself "Loki Boy," has cited Florida's "adverse possession" law in defending his right to be there. Under the law, a party may acquire title from another party by openly occupying his land and paying real property tax for at least seven years.