2020 Georgia Code
Title 9 - Civil Practice
Chapter 3 - Limitations of Actions
Article 5 - Tolling of Limitations
- § 9-3-90. Individuals Under Disability or Imprisoned When Cause of Action Accrues
- § 9-3-91. Disabilities Suffered After Accrual of Cause
- § 9-3-92. Five-Year Tolling for Unrepresented Estate - in Favor of Estate
- § 9-3-93. Five-Year Tolling for Unrepresented Estate - in Favor of Creditors
- § 9-3-94. Removal of Defendant From State
- § 9-3-95. Disability of One or More With Joint Right of Action; Effect of Severability
- § 9-3-96. Tolling of Limitations for Fraud of Defendant
- § 9-3-97. Limitations Extended for Counterclaims and Cross-Claims
- § 9-3-97.1. Tolling of Limitations for Medical Malpractice
- § 9-3-98. Applicability of Article
- § 9-3-99. Tolling of Limitations for Tort Actions While Criminal Prosecution Is Pending
- Tolling effect of filing of petition for order authorizing arbitration of medical malpractice claim, § 9-9-63.Law reviews.
- For survey article on trial practice and procedure, see 34 Mercer L. Rev. 299 (1982).
- Unaccepted offer to compromise debt as tolling or removing bar of statute of limitations, 12 A.L.R. 544.
Acknowledgment or payment to one of several obligees as tolling statute of limitations in favor of others, 40 A.L.R. 29.
Purchase subject to mortgage as removing or interrupting defense of statute of limitations as against mortgage, 48 A.L.R. 1320.
Tacking disabilities for purposes of the statute of limitations, 53 A.L.R. 1303.
Lack of partnership accounting as tolling statute of limitations against actions at law between partners, 77 A.L.R. 426.
Payment by assignee for benefit of creditors, receiver, or trustee in bankruptcy as tolling statute of limitations as to debtor, 98 A.L.R. 1012.
Substitution, or addition, as plaintiff, after limitation period, of assignee, or trustee in bankruptcy, in action commenced by assignor, or bankrupt, within limitation period, but after assignment or bankruptcy, 105 A.L.R. 610.
What informalities, irregularities, or defects in respect to the execution of a tax deed prevent the running of the statute of limitations or period of adverse possession, 113 A.L.R. 1343.
To whom must acknowledgment, new promise, or payment be made in order to toll statute of limitations after creditor's death, 117 A.L.R. 224.
When statute of limitation commences to run against action by attorney employed on contingent fee who was discharged or withdrew before determination of litigation or other event upon which his compensation was contingent, 118 A.L.R. 1281.
Provisional remedy prior to service of summons as stopping or interrupting running of statute of limitation, 119 A.L.R. 1221.
Duress or undue influence as tolling or suspending statute of limitations, 121 A.L.R. 1294.
Liquidation or other proceeding by government against bank or other corporation, as suspending statute of limitations as regards choses in action belonging to corporation, or stockholder's superadded liability, 122 A.L.R. 945.
Validity and construction of war enactments in United States suspending operation of statute of limitations, 137 A.L.R. 1440; 140 A.L.R. 1518.
War as suspending running of limitations in absence of specific statutory provision to that effect, 137 A.L.R. 1454; 140 A.L.R. 1518; 141 A.L.R. 1511.
Effect of war on litigation pending at the time of its outbreak, 154 A.L.R. 1447.
Realization on security as interrupting the statute of limitations, 165 A.L.R. 1400.
Ancillary proceedings as suspending or removing bar of statute of limitations as to judgment, 166 A.L.R. 767.
Change in party after statute of limitations has run, 8 A.L.R.2d 6.
Failure to comply with statute requiring one involved in automobile accident to stop or report as affecting question as to suspension or tolling statute of limitation, 10 A.L.R.2d 564.
Tolling of statute of limitations where process is not served before expiration of limitation period, as affected by statutes defining commencement of action, or expressly relating to interruption of running of limitations, 27 A.L.R.2d 236.
Payment by one of two or more joint or joint and several debtors as suspending or tolling limitation, 74 A.L.R.2d 1287.
Timely suit to enforce policy as interrupting limitations against claimant's later suit or amended pleading to reform it, or vice versa, 92 A.L.R.2d 168.
Delay caused by other litigation as estopping reliance on statute of limitations, 45 A.L.R.3d 703.
Finding or return of indictment, or filing of information, as tolling limitation period, 18 A.L.R.4th 1202.
Post traumatic syndrome as tolling running of statute of limitations, 12 A.L.R.5th 546.