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SECTION WORDING
490.015(1) A person who is subject to an order may apply for a termination order (a) if five years have elapsed since the order was made, in the case of an order referred to in paragraph 490.013(2)(a); (b) if 10 years have elapsed since the order was made, in the case of an order referred to in paragraph 490.013(2)(b); or (c) if 20 years have elapsed since the order was made, in the case of an order referred to in paragraph 490.013(2)(c) or subsection 490.013(2.1), (3) or (5).

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