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CHAPTER 24 Limitation

Remedies in Construction Law

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24.1 The law’s intent that wrongs should be remedied is balanced by the view that stale claims that are not pursued with reasonable promptness should be allowed to die. The latter policy finds reflection in the Limitation Act 1980 as amended.

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