Legal Question in Banking Law in Nevada
I have a Promissory note that is over 6 years old. I was just served with papers to go to court on the 20th of June. How do I go about letting the collector that the Statute of Limitations has run out?
Asked on 6/12/08, 3:41 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
Paul Malikowski Malikowski Law Offices, Ltd.
Re: Old Debt
A limitations affirmative defense to a lawsuit must be contained in a timely Court-filed written response to the Court-filed Complaint in the lawsuit, and properly served upon opposing counsel, under Rule 8(c) of the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure.
Your attorney can explain further.
Answered on 6/12/08, 3:59 pm
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