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An Overview of the Discoverability Principles in the Limitations Act: When Did the Claimant Know or Should Have Known?

Posted in: Publications // Written on behalf of Cuming & Gillespie
May 25, 2015

“An Overview of the Discoverability Principles in the Limitations Act: When Did the Claimant Know or Should Have Known?” (2010), 97 The Barrister 8 (with Bottom Line Research)

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