(95) There is no one common statute dealing with the limitation of actions
in relation to land.
BC Limitation Act, supra note 20, s 6; Alberta Limitations Act, supra note 22, s 3(1)(b); Manitoba Limitation of Actions
Act, supra note 22, s14; Ontario Limitations Act, supra note 22, Schedule B, s 5; Nova Scotia Limitation of Actions
Act, RSN 1989, c 258, s 2(5)(a) [Nova Scotia Limitation of Actions
Act]; NB Limitation of Actions
Act, supra note 31, s 5.
This would require handling limitation of actions
differently in civil cases than in criminal cases.
I would argue that the application of the Limitation of Actions
She agreed with the trial judge that the provision of medical legal reports did not fall within the wording of the old section 55 of the Limitation of Actions
In a reply to the statements of defence from both Packwood and the diocese, the woman claimed that her allegations are allowable under the Limitation of Actions
Act because the act makes an exception for assaults "of a sexual nature:' Also, she alleged, Packwood's most recent sexual misdeed occurred in September 2015, within the two-year window for legal action not involving assault.
This was due to the operation of the postponement provision at section 27(b) of the Limitation of Actions
Lameman, (56) the Supreme Court of Canada granted summary judgment to the respondent for most of an Aboriginal rights claim as being statute-barred, but left in place the "claim for an accounting of the proceeds of sale, which is a continuing claim and not caught by the Limitation of Actions
Act." (57) If an accounting is a continuing claim, so should be the on-going non-payment of pension benefits alleged to be discriminatory.
In Stingel v Clark, a majority of the High Court held that under the Limitation of Actions
Act 1958 (Vic) as it stood at the relevant time, the limitation period would only begin to run from the time the survivor of the sexual assault recognised the connection between the assault and the harm resulting from it.
The judge also observed that even if he was to hear the case, it is time barred.He made the ruling after allowing a preliminary objection by the Attorney-General who urged the court to dismiss the case for contravening the Limitation of Actions
* Bill 28, Limitation of Actions
Act, introduced by the Minister of Justice and Consumer Affairs, modernizes the time limits within which civil proceedings must be commenced, and provides a defense if a claim is brought too late.
III Critique of the Tort System IV Theory Section V Some Particular Situations and Social Problems VI Child Sexual Assault and Limitation of Actions
VII Vicarious Liability and the Wicked Barmaid in Deatons VIII Negligence, the Police, Jane Doe and Hill IX Some Concluding Remarks I INTRODUCTION