Written by attorney Peter Geraci, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
We've all heard the term "statute of limitations." But creditors have to deal with statutes of limitations too. They have a limited period in which they can attempt to collect on ordinary debts like... more
A statute of limiations is an enactment that sets forth the maximum time after a civil event that legal proceedings based on that event may be initiated.
Assault and Battery - 2 years
Contract - 4... more
It happens all the time, you get a phone call from a potential client. The facts sound great, clearliability and causation. Extensive damages. Deep pocket defendant. Youre getting ready to draftthe... more
What is a Statute of Limitations?
A statute of limitations is a deadline imposed by the law which represents the maximum time after an event has occurred that legal proceedings based on that event... more
Written by attorney David Kupets, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
How much time do I have to resolve a claim? What is a Statute of Limitations?
The statute of limitations is an amount of time that a victim has to make a proper claim for damages suffered. If the... more
The Statute of Limitations As Applied to Mortgages
By Edward Pamintuan, Esq.
Foreclosure defense practitioners have not come up with a definitive answer as to whether the standard 4 years statute... more
The Statute of Limitations or SOL is the time period from when a crime is committed to when formal charges must filed by the prosecutor. If the prosecutor fails to file the charges in the requisite... more