Civil Affirmative Defense
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Description federal civil statute of limitations
A defendant is not confined to denials of the allegations of the complaint or petition, but is entitled to set out new matter in defense or as a basis for affirmative relief. Any complaint or petition for relief in a court must be filed within the statutory time limit (Statute of Limitations). These statutes vary from state to state.
This form is a generic example of an answer and affirmative defense that may be referred to when preparing such a pleading for your particular state.
- View Answer by Defendant in a Civil Lawsuit Alleging the Affirmative Defense of the Cause of Action being Barred by Waiver of Terms of Contract by Plaintiff
- View Answer to Alternate Complaint
- View Separate Answer and Affirmative Defenses to Crossclaim
- View Answer by Defendant in a Civil Lawsuit Alleging the Affirmative Defense of the Cause of Action being Barred by Laches
- View Answer by Defendant in a Civil Lawsuit Alleging the Affirmative Defense of Fraud
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