Kansas Statutes Chapter 58. Personal and Real Property § 58-3403. Marketable record title; unbroken chain of title
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Any person who has the legal capacity to own land in this state and who has an unbroken chain of title of record to any interest in land for 25 years or more shall be deemed to have a marketable record title to that interest, subject only to the exceptions and conditions stated in this act. A person shall be deemed to have an unbroken chain of title when the official public records disclose a conveyance or other title transaction, of record not less than 25 years at the time the marketability is to be determined, which purports to create an interest in land, either in the person claiming the interest or in some other person from whom, by one or more conveyances or other title transactions of record, the purported interest has become vested in the person claiming the interest and, in either case, with nothing appearing of record purporting to divest the claimant of the interest.
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