I am just about ready to sue a complex that has caused damages due to negligence regarding harmful mold exposure of extreme amounts.
What is the statue of limitations in GA for suing for mold exposure and I was evicted by email which indicated that my rent money would not be accepted because I placed flyers on doors and that action was a lease violation.
I just want to ensure that I have ample time to issue a suit for damages based on these factors. There has been no judgement but there will be finalization with the courts in August.
If its a breach of your lease which 6 years
These time limitations can vary based on a number of factors. In general, the State of Georgia provides a two year statute of limitations for bringing personal injury claims and four years for damages to your home, property or possessions
The statute of limitations for injury cases is 2 years. However, there may be some variation in how this time is calculated, as it may be hard to tell when the injury began. There is also an extended period of one year from the date the injury should have been discovered. Best not to wait.
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