In Browne v. Artex Oil Co., Case No. 17 CA 20, the Fifth District recently determined that an action to declare an oil and gas lease terminated due to a lack of production was subject to a breach of contract statute of limitations period of either eight or fifteen years (for more, see here).  On August 2, 2018, the Fifth District determined that its ruling in Browne was in direct conflict with a decision from the Fourth Appellate District in Rudolph v. Viking International Resources Co., No. 15CA26, 2017-Ohio-7369 (which applied a 21-year statute of limitations applicable to adverse possession claims), and thus certified the question of the appropriate statute of limitations to the Supreme Court of Ohio (see here).  The Supreme Court has yet to take the case up on appeal, but if it does, we will be sure to report back.