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Statute of limitation on burglary in new york state?

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Statute laws on Burglary in New York

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Buglary is usually classified as a felony. In New York that limitation is set at five years.

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If you have received a citation, you have been notified of the violation. The is no statute of limitations.

There will be no limitation in New York for a speeding ticket. An issued ticket serves as notification of the violation. So the normal statute of limitations will not apply.

The Statute of Limitations for judgments in New York is ten years. The maximum interest rate creditors can charge on these judgments is 8%.

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The Statute of Limitations for felonies in New York state is normally 5 years, when the identity of the suspect is unknown it is extended a further five years to 10 years. State legislature is considering a proposal to drop the statute altogether for violent, sexual and child sexual crimes. This means if you committed anything other than a simple assault you can and will be prosecuted when caught.

There will be no limitation in New York for a parking ticket. An issued ticket serves as notification of the violation. So the normal statute of limitations will not apply.

Statute of limitations can apply to many things. For debts in New York it is 6 years. For personal injury it is 2 1/2 to 3 years. For criminal charges, it can vary from a couple of years to none, such as for murder or other Class A felonies.

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New York has set the statute of limitations for filing a suit at 2.5 years for medical malpractice. That will be from the time of the injury or when it was discovered. There can be situations that will toll it for a longer period.

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Yes there is a limit. In New York that would be three years.

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A statute of limitations applies to a law suit. In this case the contract with the insurance company sets the time limits for filing claims.

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Traffic tickets do not fall under a statute of limitations. Once New York has issued a ticket, you have been properly informed of the charges against you. You can properly prepare a defense, so the purpose of the limit no longer applies.

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