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Illinois Statutes Chapter 735. Civil Procedure §-102.Breach of condition subsequent

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??13-102. ?Breach of condition subsequent. ?No person shall commence an action for the recovery of lands, nor make an entry thereon, by reason of the breach of a condition subsequent, unless within 7 years after the time that condition is first broken. ?Continuing, successive or recurring breaches shall not extend the time for commencing the action or making the entry. ?Possession shall be deemed to be adverse and hostile from and after the first breach of a condition subsequent, notwithstanding the occurrence of successive or recurrent breaches.

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