Can you be sued after the state of limitations has passed?
2 Answers from Attorneys
The clerk's office will not check for statute of limitations on filing so technically YES one can be sued after the statute of limitations but a prudent defendant would immediately file to dismiss in such a case.
Yes. The manner of determining the time period may not be as straight forward as a layman would determine. Applying the statutory period and whether it has passed should be discussed with an attorney as this defense needs to be properly set forth.
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