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According to California Code of Civil Procedure section 338(d) the statute of limitations on issues involving fraud or mistake is three years. The cause of action in such as case is not deemed to have accrued until the discovery, by the aggrieved party, of the facts constituting the fraud or mistake.
So generally the question that is asked is when the matter was discovered as being fraudulent and then three years added to it.
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They new the LLC was canceled in Feburary 2008. so what do we do next.
Good II need to ask you another question pertaining to the same issue
Are you their to talk
I was in civil court on 1-6-2013 (Note; I am not a party to the case) I was there to talk to the Judge, because she was hearing a case that morning that alleged that I had committed a fraudulent act by canceling a LLC over 5-years ago.
I refuted everything that the plaintiff was alleging that I did that was fradulent. The Judge said the plaintiff did not mention any of what I told the court. And the Judge said that what I just told the court has put a whole different light on the case, She said that she clearly heard everthing that I said, but the judge said what I said before her in writing in order to act on it. I ask the judge how do I become a party to the case ? and the Judge said I needed to be a INTERVEOR.
My question is; what do I do to become a party to the case as a INTERVEOR ?
what do you want me to do know? I am trying to ask you a new question
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