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Nevada Supreme Court’s Deliberate Blunder in Thunder

A Foreclosure Sale Does NOT Start the Statute Of Limitations Clock according to the majority of justices on the Nevada Supreme Court.

U.S. BANK N.A. v. THUNDER PROPERTIES, INC. (NRAP 5), 2022 NV 3

Nevada Supreme Court

FEB 3, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: FEB 3, 2022

A Foreclosure Sale Does NOT Start the Statute Of Limitations Clock….

Dissenting (in part):

“The answers the majority gives to the Ninth Circuit’s questions do not meet these criteria.

In the first place, the majority’s opinion is impermissibly advisory — it opines that all of the Bank’s claims are subject to the four-year catch-all statute of limitations in NRS 11.220 but then holds that the HOA foreclosure sale did not start the clock running on any of them.”

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Nevada Supreme Court’s Deliberate Blunder in Thunder
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