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Illinois Statutes Chapter 735. Civil Procedure §-207.Counterclaim or set-off

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§ 13-207.  Counterclaim or set-off.  A defendant may plead a set-off or counterclaim barred by the statute of limitation, while held and owned by him or her, to any action, the cause of which was owned by the plaintiff or person under whom he or she claims, before such set-off or counterclaim was so barred, and not otherwise.  This section shall not affect the right of a bona fide assignee of a negotiable instrument assigned before due.

§ 4-116.  Pursuit of property.  If the defendant, or any person for him or her, shall be in the act of removing any personal property, the officer may pursue and take the same in any county in this State, and return the same to the county from which such order for attachment issued.

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