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4.3-4  Statute of Limitations (Contract Implied by Conduct)

Revised to January 1, 2008

The defendant has asserted the defense of statute of limitations to the plaintiff's claim of breach of implied contract.  If you find that there was an implied contract and that <insert alleged breach> was a breach of that implied contract by the defendant, you must consider this defense.  If you find that the defendant has established that the <insert alleged breach> occurred more than six years before the plaintiff served the defendant with this lawsuit, you must find that the plaintiff's claim is barred by the statute of limitations and render a defendant's verdict on that count.


General Statutes 52-576; Anderson v. Bridgeport, 134 Conn. 260 (1948).


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