statute of repose


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statute of repose

See statute of limitations.

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The statute of repose bars lawsuits involving injuries that occurred more than years after a given construction project had come to an end.
Determine whether the statute of repose bars the claim.
After all, the parties agree on how to answer the question presented: Because ERISA's fiduciary duty includes a duty to monitor the trust, the statute of repose does not bar a claim arguing the duty to monitor was breached, even if the initial decision being monitored was more than six years old.
that the statute of repose of [section] 13 of the Securities Act cannot be tolled.
In doing so, the court effectually jettisoned CTS' argument that the plaintiffs' claims of toxic torts are time-barred under North Carolina tort law, which includes a 10-year statute of repose.
50) A statute of repose does not limit the time for bringing an action but rather establishes that, after the statutory date, the cause of action no longer exists.
Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, effectively reasserting the weight of the Superfund statute of limitations over that of North Carolina's far more restrictive statute of repose.
13) The trial court granted summary judgment for the lender, finding, among other things, that the borrowers "had no right to rescind because they did not file the suit for rescission within the three-year statute of repose contained in 15 U.
148) GARA provided tort liability protection to aircraft and parts manufacturers by establishing an eighteen-year statute of repose, prohibiting "civil action[s] for damages for death or injury to persons or damage to property" caused by an accident in an aircraft that holds fewer than twenty passengers and is not "engaged in scheduled passenger-carrying operations .
TX: 'Incompetency' Did Not Toll Limitations: Court Refused to Apply Statute of Repose
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