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Bill to make it easier to sue over defective products PDF Print
Written by Lauren Ohnesorge   
Wednesday, 30 May 2007 05:30

Legislation pending in the Senate would make it easier to sue over defective products in North Carolina.

North Carolina has the strictest laws in the nation to govern such lawsuits. Under existing law there is a six-year limit, from the time of purchase of an allegedly defective product, on filing the lawsuit seeking recovery. The bill would push North Carolina’s limit to 15 years.  

  
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