14 ("[T]here is no other statute of limitations that similarly expressly applies to non-partial and non-installment PRA document productions; in fact, the legislature has provided no other PRA-specific statutes of limitations
This, of course, depends mainly on the type and circumstances of the case, whereas Sharia Law (Divine Law) does not accept statutes of limitation
Courts correctly read "chargeable" to incorporate only the substantive definitions of state law, not statutes of limitation
, or other procedural rules.
2006) (establishing accruing statute of limitations conditional upon actual knowledge in breach of fiduciary duty claims); see also Mack, supra note 1, at 182 (discussing courts' response to harsh statutes of limitations
by tolling in equitable situations).
Alternatively, and as discussed in greater detail below, drafters can incorporate statutes of limitations
expressly into contracts.
General statutes of limitations
are the most common time limitation on a tort plaintiff's rights to bring suit.
States that vote to extend statutes of limitations
cannot constitutionally do so for crimes that have already been committed, he said: "The difference is whether you can do it prospectively, which I believe is constitutional, versus retroactively, which is not.
Many of the same justifications that animate criminal statutes of limitations
also apply to civil statutes of limitations
10) The Court explained that the shelter afforded by statutes of limitations
"has never been regarded as what is now called a 'fundamental' right or what used to be called a 'natural' right of the individual.
Supreme Court's highly charged rulings last month involving affirmative action and anti-sodomy laws was another important decision by the high court involving statutes of limitations
Because most of the claims brought by plaintiffs have statutes of limitations
ranging from three to five years, courts dismissed many of the claims brought on policies received before 1995 through 1997.
The statutes of limitations
for an issue to be raised and for appeals to be made must be short and exclusive.