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Real property – Lead paint – Limitations

A complaint alleging that the defendant seller of real property violated a federal statute by not disclosing the presence of lead paint must be dismissed as untimely because by the time of the closing in 2003 the plaintiff buyer should have discovered that the seller had not made any of the compulsory disclosures.

Randall v. Laconia, NH (Lawyers Weekly No. 01-123-12) (17 pages) (Thompson, J.) (Howard, J., concurring) (1st Circuit) Appealed from the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire (Docket No. 11-1412) (May 8, 2012).

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