statute of repose


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statute of repose

See statute of limitations.

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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.
Folk has also written precedent-setting amicus briefs filed with Arizona's Supreme Court in major cases involving the economic loss doctrine, limitation of liability, the statute of repose, and construction defect litigation.
TX: 'Incompetency' Did Not Toll Limitations: Court Refused to Apply Statute of Repose
There is a statute of repose on bringing a claim under NICA beyond a child's fifth birthday.
Scott Walker, Act 2 provides partial protection against market share litigation to manufacturers of ubiquitous products, such as lead paint and asbestos, including a 25-year statute of repose for discontinued products.
The number of cases, which were abated due to statute of repose within one year in Court of Appeals, is 19,000.
126, 136 (1938) ("The statute of limitations is a statute of repose, designed to protect the citizens from stale and vexatious claims, and to make an end to the possibility of litigation after the lapse of a reasonable time.
The trial court granted the defendant's motion to dismiss, ruling that the claims were barred by the 12-year statute of repose.
The trial court granted summary judgment to the hospital after holding the statute of repose barred such a case and the Tort Claims Act shields a governmental entity from liability for an independent contractor's actions.
moved for dismissal, claiming the suit was barred by Tennessee's three-year statute of repose for medical malpractice claims.
Any existing applicable statute of repose is extended by 30 years when a beneficiary shows evidence that a trustee actively concealed facts supporting a cause of action.
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