2006 New York Code - Laws: Civil Practice Law and Rules: (201 - 218) Limitations Of Time

Article 2 - LIMITATIONS OF TIME
201 - Application of article.
202 - Cause of action accruing without the state.
203 - Method of computing periods of limitation generally.
204 - Stay of commencement of action; demand for arbitration.
205 - Termination of action.
206 - Computing periods of limitation in particular actions.
207 - Defendant's absence from state or residence under false name.
208 - Infancy, insanity.
209 - War.
210 - Death of claimant or person liable; cause of action accruing after death and before grant of letters.
211 - Actions to be commenced within twenty years.
212 - Actions to be commenced within ten years.
213 - Actions to be commenced within six years: where not otherwise provided for; on contract; on sealed instrument; on bond or note, and mortgage upon real
213-A - Actions to be commenced within four years; residential rent overcharge.
213-B - Action by a victim of a criminal offense.
214 - Actions to be commenced within three years: for non-payment of money collected on execution; for penalty created by statute; to recover chattel; for i
214-A - Action for medical, dental or podiatric malpractice to be commenced within two years and six months; exceptions.
214-B - Action to recover damages for personal injury caused by contact with or exposure to phenoxy herbicides.
214-C - Certain actions to be commenced within three years of discovery.
214-D - Limitations on certain actions against licensed engineers and architects.
214-E - Action to recover damages for personal injury caused by the infusion of such blood products which result in the contraction of the human immunodeficie
215 - Actions to be commenced within one year: against sheriff, coroner or constable; for escape of prisoner; for assault, battery, false imprisonment, mali
216 - Abbreviation of period to one year after notice.
217 - Proceeding against body or officer; actions complaining about conduct that would constitute a union's breach of its duty of fair representation; four
218 - Transitional provisions.

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