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Never Evil

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Re: Looking for case laws
« Reply #15 on: June 09, 2015 01:46:31 AM »
Bruno. That case may not help me, but it does give me a better perspective of what's possibly coming.  I have a month before anything big happens. I just want to have my ducks in a row and make sure there are no strays that could blindside me.
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Bruno the JDB Killer

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Re: Looking for case laws
« Reply #16 on: June 09, 2015 02:47:28 PM »
The problem is that SOL rarely makes it past the dismissal stage. Issues like this get resolved early on by motion. I looked on Scholar for SOL cases involving credit cards, there were none.
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Re: Looking for case laws
« Reply #17 on: June 09, 2015 05:19:34 PM »
The borrowing statute analysis comes before any NV statute of limitations analysis.

If there is a cardmember agreement that contains a choice of law provision, and that state's sol is shorter than 4 years, it can be applied to this case regardless of NV. 4/6 year sol.
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Never Evil

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Re: Looking for case laws
« Reply #18 on: June 10, 2015 08:41:39 AM »
I think heartlipids put the nail in the coffin with the NRS 104.9201 definition of instrument. That definition excludes credit cards. I think it's a good fit that the 6 year doesnt apply and the 4 year does.
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