Did you use black spectacles or any other resources?
Hi Samantha, what helped you memorize the equations?
I think you might have Statute of Limitations and Statute of Repose swapped in your first diagram
Statute of Limitations: "Sets a time limit within which a claim can be made, begins with the date of substantial completion"
Statute of Repose: "Similar to Statute of Limitations, but time limit is usually much shorter & does not begin until the problem is first discovered."
Samantha's diagram is correct. Below is another thread of people who have run into the same contradiction. AHPP has different definitions which is really confusing. These are both legal terms so if you google it, all credible sources will have the definition below.
From AHPP Glossary:
Statute of limitations: A statute specifying the period of time within which legal action must be brought for legal relief after an alleged injury or damage has occurred. The lengths of the periods vary from state to state and depend upon the type of legal action.
Statute of repose: A statute limiting the time within which an action may be brought, without relation to whether injury has yet occurred or been discovered. The time begins when a specific event occurs, such as substantial completion of a project, and the statute of repose may extinguish the remedy even before a cause of action has accrued.
Thank you Victor! This discrepancy is a little frustrating
That's really helpful! thanks
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