A person who occupies land belonging to someone else without permission (i.e., without a formal licence or lease, or a verbal consent) is a Squatter. A Squatter can become the lawful owner of land by virtue of adverse possession after a certain period of time. To be in adverse possession, a Squatter must show factual and physical possession of the land and at the same time, show that he or she has the necessary intention to possess the land, which means excluding everyone from the land, even the true owner.
How many decisions did you make today? Did you choose what you wore, ate, where you slept, how much you spent, who you spoke with and where you went? Perhaps without realising it, you make hundreds of decisions – big and small – every day. Some decisions feel onerous and we labour over them, while others we reflexively quip exactly what it is we want.