2021 Georgia Code
Title 9 - Civil Practice
Chapter 3 - Limitations of Actions
Article 2 - Specific Periods of Limitation
§ 9-3-31. Injuries to Personalty
Actions for injuries to personalty shall be brought within four years after the right of action accrues.
(Laws 1767, Cobb's 1851 Digest, p. 562; Laws 1805, Cobb's 1851 Digest, p. 564; Ga. L. 1855-56, p. 233, § 4; Code 1863, § 2991; Code 1868, § 3004; Code 1873, § 3059; Code 1882, § 3059; Civil Code 1895, § 3899; Civil Code 1910, § 4496; Code 1933, § 3-1002.)Cross references.
- Injuries to personalty generally, T. 51, C. 10.Law reviews.
- For article, "2013 Georgia Corporation and Business Organization Case Law Developments," see 19 Ga. St. B.J. 28 (April 2014). For note, "The Effect of Georgia's Architectural Statutes of Limitations on Real and Personal Property Claims for Negligent Construction," see 7 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 137 (1990).JUDICIAL DECISIONS
- General Consideration
- Injuries to Personalty
- Running of Limitations
Am. Jur. 2d.
- 51 Am. Jur. 2d, Limitation of Actions, § 167.C.J.S.
- 54 C.J.S., Limitations of Actions, §§ 71, 72, 258.ALR.
- What statute of limitation applies to an action, based on duress, to recover money or property, 77 A.L.R.2d 821.
When statute of limitations commences to run against claim for contribution or indemnity based on tort, 57 A.L.R.3d 867.
What statute of limitations applies to action for contribution against joint tort-feasor, 57 A.L.R.3d 927.
Tort claim against which period of statute of limitations has run as subject to setoff, counterclaim, cross bill, or cross action in tort action arising out of same accident or incident, 72 A.L.R.3d 1065.
When does statute of limitations begin to run upon an action by subrogated insurer against third party tort-feasor, 91 A.L.R.3d 844.
Tort liability of project architect or engineer for economic damages suffered by contractor or subcontractor, 61 A.L.R. 6th 445.
Application of relation back doctrine permitting change in party after statute of limitations has run in state court action - motor vehicle accident or injury cases: individual drivers, parents, owners or lessors, and passengers, 97 A.L.R.6th 375.
Application of relation-back doctrine permitting change in party after statute of limitations has run in state court action - motor vehicle accident or injury cases: corporations, municipalities, insurers, and employers, 98 A.L.R.6th 93.
Application of relation-back doctrine permitting change in party after statute of limitations has run in state court action - motor vehicle accident or injury cases: estates, and other or unspecified parties, 99 A.L.R.6th 1.
Accrual of claims for continuing trespass or continuing nuisance for purposes of statutory limitations, 14 A.L.R.7th 8.