Limitation periods, as discussed in this report, dictate the amount of time in which one may bring a civil claim to court for some sort of relief. After the limitation period for a claim has passed, the defendant will be immune to liability for that claim. This report addresses the complex and technical nature of limitation law as it was at the time, and recommends a new Model Limitations Act. This Act covers most, but […]
|AREA OF LAW||Limitation of Actions Procedure|
|TAGS||acquiescence, action, adverse possessio, claim, Limitation, Possession, remedial|
Limitations Act, SA 1996, c L-15.1 (now RSA 2000, c L-12).
December 1, 1989