Q&A: What is the Statute of Limitations for Filing a Suit Against a Contractor?
What is the statute of limitations for filing a suit against a contractor?
Statutes of limitations for filing suits varies. It may be a simple two-year statute, or if you’re dealing with fraud, the statute may not begin to run until after the fraud is discovered. So, the statutes are always very factual dependent on exactly what you’re looking for and you should always you know talk to an attorney about the statute issues.
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