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I live in Arizona and need information for time period I have to file lawsuit in the superior court regarding written contract.

Phoenix, AZ |

I have a written contract with a finance company and need to know the amount of time I have to file a suit against them for contract breach. I have been told 2yrs, I've been told as many as 5 or 6 years too. Can anyone clear this up for me please....

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For your reference, the Arizona statute setting forth the six-year statute of limitations for bringing a claim for breach of a written contract is Arizona Revised Statute Section 12-548.

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the statute of limitations in Arizona on a written contract is 6 years.

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The statute of limitations for breach of a written contract is six years.

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6 years