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Hawaii Revised Statutes 657-31 - Twenty years

Hawaii Revised Statutes > Division 4 > Title 36 > Chapter 657 > Part II > § 657-31 - Twenty years

Current as of: 2010


     §657-31  Twenty years.  No person shall commence an action to recover possession of any lands, or make any entry thereon, unless within twenty years after the right to bring the action first accrued.

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