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Section 1907.05 | Jurisdiction concerning title to real estate.


County courts have jurisdiction in civil actions in which the title to real estate may be drawn in question as follows:

(A) In actions for trespass on real estate in which the damages demanded do not exceed fifteen thousand dollars;

(B) In actions to recover from the owner of adjoining land the equal proportion to the expense incurred in obtaining evidence in surveys to fix corners or settle boundary lines.

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