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Limitation Of Actions

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This chapter on limitation of actions contains several articles concerning the general provisions, cessation and non-completion of limitation of actions and cessation of the limitation of actions. A party shall not change the length and calculation method of the duration of limitation of actions. Mutual consent to change the length and calculation method of the duration of limitation of actions is invalid. When both parties are negotiating or are about to negotiate over rights and obligations, the limitation of actions shall be suspended. If the limitation of actions ceases because of a lawsuit or arbitration, the effect of cessation occurs from when the lawsuit or arbitration is brought, and continues to be ceased until final judgment or other methods of concluding have occurred.

Keywords: lawsuit; limitation of actions



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