NULLUM TEMPUS OCCURRIT REIPUBLICAE

NULLUM TEMPUS OCCURRIT REIPUBLICAE

nullum tempus occurrit reipublicae (n[schwa]l-[schwa]m tem-p[schwa]s [ schwa]-k[schwa]r-it ree-I-p[schwa]b-l[schwa]-see), n. [Latin ¡°no time runs against the state¡±] The principle that a statute of limitations does not apply to a commonwealth or state unless a statute specifically provides that it does. ? The purpose of the rule is to fully protect public rights and property from injury. [Cases: Limitation of Actions 11. C.J.S. Limitations of Actions ¡ì 17.]
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