Response or Comment
In Mash v. Bloom (I9O7), - Wis. -, 114 N. W. Rep. 457, the court holds (Siebecker and Timlin, JJ., dissenting) that one, having conveyed real property subject to a condition subsequent, has no right of action to recover possession on breach of the condition until he has taken "advantage of condition broken and so notified the defendant, either by demand of possession or some other act equivalent to a re-entry for condition broken."
Brewster, James H. "Grantor's Remedy on Breach of Condition Subsequent." Mich. L. Rev. 6 (1908): 409-10.