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What Does It Mean When Statute of Limitations Have Been Satisfied?

Objective:

  • What Does It Mean When Statute of Limitations Have Been Satisfied?

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  • Clio Manage

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Answer:

The statute of limitations is a set maximum period of time after an event where legal action can be taken, therefore, if that date has been satisfied then action cannot be taken on that matter.

 

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