Great job Ekidokai! That is the current adotpiong process. Caches are the property of the cache containers and web page are the responsibility of the cache owner. Groundspeak cannot give what it does not own.
Groundspeak does archive listings that do not meet the guidelines, such as the maintenance guideline. "In the event that a cache is not being properly maintained, or has been temporarily disabled for an extended period of time, we may archive the listing."
The two most common ways to "take over" a cache is through the adoption link or to place a new cache after the first cache is archived.
The adoption process can be very fast if you can contact the cache owner. Posting a note on the cache page can be a good way to get the cache owner's attention.
Waiting for the cache to be archived can take time. Unless an obvious legal issue is present, Groundspeak gives the cache owner ample opportunity to work out guideline issues.
The farmer gave permission to place the cache in the field, but the bull charges.