Statute Of Limitations

  • NEGLIGENCE OF PROPERTY APPRAISER

    … A new appellate decision came out discussing the statute of limitations associated with a negligence claim against a property appraiser. In this case, Llano Financing Group, LLC v. Petit, 42 Fla. L. Weekly D2071a (Fla. 1st DCA 2017), the court held that the four year statute of limitations for negligence claims commences when the lender relied…

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  • Fighting Title 31 Currency Seizures issued by CBP

    … This article is going to cover a specific subsection of Title 31 currency seizures. These seizures are typically initiated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to travelers who fail to declare currency they are traveling with in excess of $10,000. Additionally, CBP may seize currency when travelers conspire to defeat reporting requirements…

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  • Fighting Title 31 Currency Seizures issued by CBP

    … U.S. Code § 5316(a) The purpose of this statute is to prevent the transport of large amounts of currency without informing the government. It is important to note that carrying more than $10,000 in currency is not illegal. However, it is illegal if you fail to report when you are carrying large amounts of currency (> $10,000) internationally…

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  • Q & A with a Merit Systems Protection Board Representative

    … limitation for case processing at the EEOC, whereas the MSPB tries to honor the 120 day deadline as much as it can. The EEOC also has a much larger caseload, especially in some of the regional offices, like the Los Angeles regional office. So, if you’re seeking a quick redress, then the MSPB may be a better venue for you. However, a lot of federal…

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  • TIMELY FILE YOUR MILLER ACT PAYMENT BOND LAWSUIT

    … its lawsuit many years after the statute of limitations expired on the Miller Act. The subcontractor argued the contractor’s surety should be bound by the state court judgment against the contractor (the principal of the payment bond). The Eleventh Circuit said “No!” The surety was not bound by the state court judgment. Indeed, even if the surety had…

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