What is the statute of limitations for suing over a conservation easement appraisal

Asked about 2 years ago - Gunnison, CO

I paid $5000 for the first half of a conservation easement. The appraiser reversed the property to be protected with the property that could be developed. I was so emotionally distraught at the time I could not deal with the situation. Is it too late to sue? It has been 6 years.

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  1. Christopher Daniel Leroi

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    Answered . Yes. the maximum statute of limitations that I can see that would be applicable would be three years. The six year statute of limitations appears to be inapplicable here.

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