One thing I am confused on is:
Does the SOL start on the contract date, which she claims happen in 2003?
Does the SOL start on the date she claims I became indebited to her, which would be 2006?
Either way, would the above dates still have an expired SOL?
Lastly, what normally happens after I file a motion to dismiss the claiming?
PS. thank you for such a prompt response!!
So, per her filling out PLC-C-001 form, page 2, she states we became indebted whithin the last four years (2006), so has the SOL run out?
I'm sorry, i'm really new to this, which is why I don't understand your last sentence.
I don't understand your last sentence, "she has failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted as the statute of frauds bars enforcement of her claim.
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