Most of the provinces have only a 1-2 year statue of limitations
It is fundamentally inconsistent with basic rights granted taxpayers by Congress in establishing the statue of limitations
for filing amended returns (and refund claims).
Project Walk Across Oregon is part of an effort to pass a bill in the 2009 Oregon Legislature that will eliminate the statue of limitations
for criminal prosecution of sexual abuse.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: The court held that the new professional negligence claim for battery related back to the date of the original complaint and was not barred by the statue of limitations
The assessor's statue of limitations
is generally four years for most escape assessments.
Despite the fact that many surviving perpetrators are now elderly, Mr Ahern insisted there is no statue of limitations
in relation to such criminal offences.
HURRICANE CHARLIE: STATUE OF LIMITATIONS
- AUGUST 12, 2009 HURRICANE FRANCES: STATUE OF LIMITATIONS
- SEPTEMBER 3, 2009 HURRICANE JEANNE: STATUE OF LIMITATIONS
- SEPTEMBER 25, 2009
Further, the court observed that Davis argued that the statue of limitations
in effect on the date of the filing of his case was not the statute that was in effect at the time he sustained his injury.
Although the court considered them guilty, the statue of limitations
on the 1994 matter had expired, according to prosecutors
If there's no statue of limitations
on these things, there's a certain 1972 basketball game that should be brought up.
Another canonist complained that under new Vatican rules, "prescription," or the statue of limitations
in canon law, can be waived on a case-by-case basis for priests charged with sexual abuse.