Q-2 L.L.C. v. Hughes, 2016 UT 8 (Feb. 16, 2016)

The Utah Supreme Court reaffirmed the implication of its prior decisions regarding how and when a party acquires title under the doctrine of boundary by acquiescence, and expressly held that the doctrine confers title by operation of law at the time the elements of the doctrine are satisfied. A judicial adjudication of a boundary by acquiescence does not grant title, but merely recognizes the title that has already vested.