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Illinois Statutes Chapter 755. Estates § 5/18-6. Jury trial

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§ 18-6. Jury trial. Any interested person may demand a jury to try the issue in accordance with the following, otherwise he waives a jury:

(a) A claimant or counterclaimant must file the jury demand at the time of filing the claim or counterclaim.

(b) A person opposing a claim or counterclaim must file the jury demand not later than the filing of his answer or other pleading.

(c) If the claimant or counterclaimant files a jury demand and thereafter waives a jury, the person opposing the claim or counterclaim shall be granted a jury trial upon demand therefor made promptly after being advised of the waiver. For good cause shown, the court may permit a jury demand to be filed after expiration of the time specified.

Cite this article: - Illinois Statutes Chapter 755. Estates § 5/18-6. Jury trial - last updated January 01, 2022 |

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