2006 Utah Code - 78-12-29 — Within one year.

     78-12-29.   Within one year.
     An action may be brought within one year:
     (1) for liability created by the statutes of a foreign state;
     (2) upon a statute for a penalty or forfeiture where the action is given to an individual, or to an individual and the state, except when the statute imposing it prescribes a different limitation;
     (3) upon a statute, or upon an undertaking in a criminal action, for a forfeiture or penalty to the state;
     (4) for libel, slander, false imprisonment, or seduction;
     (5) against a sheriff or other officer for the escape of a prisoner arrested or imprisoned upon either civil or criminal process;
     (6) against a municipal corporation for damages or injuries to property caused by a mob or riot;
     (7) on a claim for relief or a cause of action under the following sections of Title 25, Chapter 6, Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act:
     (a) Subsection 25-6-5(1)(a), which in specific situations limits the time for action to four years, under Section 25-6-10; or
     (b) Subsection 25-6-6(2);
     (8) except as otherwise expressly provided by statute, against a county legislative body or a county executive to challenge a decision of the county legislative body or county executive, respectively; or
     (9) on a claim for relief or a cause of action under Title 63, Chapter 90b, Utah Religious Land Use Act.

Amended by Chapter 274, 2006 General Session

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