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Richards v. CH2, Inc. (2001) 26 Ca; 4th 798 mentions

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Richards v. CH2 Hill, Inc. (2001) 26 Ca; 4th 798 mentions administrative continuing violations doctrine. Does this apply to medical malpractice estoppel? Explain in a paragraph
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Expert:  legalg replied 1 month ago.

I have researched this and could not find a case where this applied to medical malpractice; I did find cases where it has been extended to licensing issues, and contracts.

Please see Gilkyson, et al. v. Disney Enterprises, Inc., et al.

Also please see:

Aryeh v. Canon Business Solutions, Inc. (unfair competition application)

This is an "equitable doctrine" based on theories of equity/justice.

As such it is discretionary and the court would apply it on a case by case basis.

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