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what does it mean when they say Statite pf limitations

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what does it mean when they say Statite pf limitations
Hi, thanks for submitting your question today. A statute of limitations is a time limit in which a legal claim must be brought or it is barred legally. These are generally listed within a statute or by common law. For example the limits for the following claims are:
  • Medical malpractice actions: Three years from the date of injury or one year from the date of discovery of the injury, whichever occurs first.
  • Breach of an oral contract: Two years.
  • Breach of a written contract: Four years.
  • Suits for libel or slander: One year.
  • Personal injury claims based on negligence: Two years.



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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

OK, A person has known for five years that a LLC was cancelled by it members. Five years has passed and this person has just filed a action with the court in California claiming that this LLC, was canceled by fraud. and this person wants the court to order that the cancelled LLC be reinstated, this person wants to take the Court Order to the California Secertary of State to reinstated the canceled LLC. Is it to late for the Court to order that this be done. when you answer please cite statue or case law etc to support answer. Remember this is s statute of limitation issue.


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