2010 Arkansas Code
18-61-101. Actions to recover land, tenements, or hereditaments.
Title 18 - Property
Subtitle 5 - Civil Actions
Chapter 61 - Statutes of Limitations
§ 18-61-101 - Actions to recover land, tenements, or hereditaments.
(a) (1) No person or his or her heirs shall have, sue, or maintain any action or suit, either in law or equity, for any lands, tenements, or hereditaments after seven (7) years once his or her right to commence, have, or maintain the suit shall have come, fallen, or accrued.
(2) All suits, either in law or equity, for the recovery of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments shall be had and sued within seven (7) years next after the title or cause of action accrued and no time after the seven (7) years shall have passed.
(b) If any person who is, or shall be, entitled to commence and prosecute a suit or action in law or equity is, or shall be, at the time the right or title first accrued come or fallen within the age of twenty-one (21) or non compos mentis, the person or his or her heirs, shall and may, notwithstanding the seven (7) years may have expired, bring his or her suit or action if the infant or non compos mentis, or his or her heirs, shall bring it within three (3) years next after full age or coming of sound mind.
(c) No cumulative disability shall prevent the bar formed and constituted by the saving of this section.
(d) This section shall not apply to lands which have been sold to any improvement district of any kind or character for taxes due the districts, nor to any taxes due any improvement districts, but the lien of these taxes shall continue until paid.
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