Illinois Statutes Chapter 735. Civil Procedure §-101.Twenty years--Recovery of land

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§ 13-101.  Twenty years--Recovery of land.  No person shall commence an action for the recovery of lands, nor make an entry thereon, unless within 20 years after the right to bring such action or make such entry first accrued, or within 20 years after he, she or those from, by, or under whom he or she claims, have acquired title or possession of the premises, except as provided in Sections 13-102 through 13-122 of this Act.

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