All lands and everything attached thereto are owned, leased, sold or gifted within the procedure of the laws of the land. Any devolution, possession or acclaimed ownership of landed property without adherence to relevant laws is generally deemed null, void of voidable as the case may be. There are different methods of acquiring landed property and this include sale, gift, inheritance, adverse possession or acquisition. Each of these methods has a typical process to be followed without which irreparable problems may be created just from the change of ownership or possession. The relationship between the landlord and the tenant is a major aspect of real estates as well and the law gives protection to the rights of each and the procedure to follow if such rights are infringed against the agreement or law creating such relationship.