Texas General Law

Statute Of Repose Texas

(c) This section is a statute of repose and is independent of any other limitations period. (c) The running of the statute of limitations is not suspended against a bona fide purchaser for value, a lienholder, or a lessee who has no notice or knowledge of the suspension of the limitations period and…

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Understanding Texas' statute of limitations | DC Law The statute of repose has already had a significant impact on certain product liability cases. For example, there are still many Chevrolet pickups on Texas roadways that were designed with side-saddle gas tanks. These products are as dangerous now as they were in the late 1980s, when they…

But there is another Texas statute that can also have a bearing on the time within which a person can sue for damages based on products liability: the statute of repose The effect of a statute of repose is to establish an overall time limit for product liability actions based on a given product.

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A statute of repose is different from a statute of limitations, in that after the statutory period has expired it is not possible to file a lawsuit even if an injury occurs after that time. For example, Texas has a ten year statute of repose for medical malpractice claims.

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STATUTE OF REPOSE . BACKGROUND The Statute of Repose is a statutory way to cut off legal rights if they are not acted on by a certain deadline. In Texas, the Statute of Repose is for a

A statute of repose (sometimes called a nonclaim statute), like a statute of limitation, is a statute that cuts off certain legal rights if they are not acted on by a specified deadline. Statutes of repose exist in a number of contexts.

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With the passage of house bill 4 in 2003, the Texas Legislature amended Section 16.012 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, which had been a 15-year statute of repose applicable only to suits for defects in “manufacturing equipment," so that it now applies to all defective products. This

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… date of any otherwise applicable statute of limitations.” Unlike several other states that require one of two notices for collecting out-of-statute debt, determined only by age of the debt, the Te…