May 2024

Ontario’s Limitations Act generally allows claimants two years from the day they “discover” that a wrong occurred to start a lawsuit.[1] There are some exceptions to this two-year rule, such as when a creditor wants to sue to take and realize on collateral for their loan, or when the claim is about sexual assault, but...
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