2020 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 52 - Civil Actions
Chapter 926 - Statute of Limitations
Section 52-577d - Limitation of action for damages to person under twenty-one years of age caused by sexual abuse, exploitation or assault.

Universal Citation: CT Gen Stat § 52-577d (2020)

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 52-577, no action to recover damages for personal injury to a person under twenty-one years of age, including emotional distress, caused by sexual abuse, sexual exploitation or sexual assault may be brought by such person later than thirty years from the date such person attains the age of twenty-one.

(P.A. 86-401, S. 6, 7; 86-403, S. 104, 132; P.A. 91-240; P.A. 02-138, S. 2; P.A. 19-16, S. 13.)

History: P.A. 86-403 made technical change; P.A. 91-240 changed “two” years to “seventeen” years and deleted phrase “except that no such action may be brought more than 7 years from the date of the act complained of”; P.A. 02-138 extended the limitation on bringing an action from 17 to 30 years after the attainment of the age of majority, effective May 23, 2002, and applicable to any cause of action arising from an incident committed prior to, on or after said date; P.A. 19-16 replaced “minor” with “person under twenty-one years of age” and replaced “age of majority” with “age of twenty-one”, effective October 1, 2019, and applicable to any cause of action arising from an incident committed on or after October 1, 2019.

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