Squatting and the law
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Overview Squatting is when someone deliberately enters property without permission and lives there, or intends to live there. Print entire guide.
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Related: Squatted ; squatting. Slang noun sense of "nothing at all" first attested , probably suggestive of squatting to defecate. The adjective sense of "short, thick" dates from s.
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Nearby words squashable , squashy , squassation , squat , squat thrust , squatter , squatter sovereignty , squatter's right , squattocracy , squatty , squauwmish. Origin of squat —; v.