After ten years can a apartment leasing agent sue for nonpayment
1 Answer from Attorneys
More information is needed. However, as a GENERAL rule, the limitaitons period is three years from the period of accural. You should take the lease to a local attorney for a consultation and to discuss what occurred and your defenses if you are sued.
If you want to forgo counsel, at the minimum, if you are sued, you have to make the affirmative defense of expiration of the limitations period. Otherwise, the defense it is waived.
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