What is the statute of limitation on fraud in Utah?

Cause of ActionLimitationStatute
(Utah Code Ann.)
Breach of Contract, Oral4 yearsSection 78B-2-307
Breach of Contract, Written6 yearsSection 78B-2-309
Breach of Contract for Sale (under UCC)4 yearsSection 70A-2-725(1)
Breach of Fiduciary Duty4 years (or 3 years for actions against corporate shareholders or directors pursuant to Section 78-12-27)Section 78B-2-307
United Park City Mines Co. v. Greater Park City Co., 870 P.2d 880, 890 (Utah 1993)
Breach of Implied Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing6 years when the implied duty is founded on a written contractSection 78B-2-309
CIG Exploration, Inc. v. State, 24 P.3d 966, 971 (Utah 2001)
Construction Defects6 years if based on contract or warranty unless express warranty establishes different period; 2 years from earlier date of discovery for all other actions; 2 year extension if injury is discovered in 8th or 9th yearSection 78B-2-225
Consumer Fraud2 years or 1 year after termination of proceedings by enforcing authority, whichever is laterSection 13-11-19(8)
Conversion4 yearsSection 78B-2-307
Russell/Packard Dev., Inc. v. Carson, 78 P.3d 616, 620 (Utah Ct. App. 2003)
Foreclosure on Mortgage6 yearsSection 78B-2-309
Foreign Judgments8 yearsSection 78B-2-311
Fraud/Mistake3 yearsSection 78B-2-305
Libel/Slander1 yearSection 78B-2-302
MechanicsSection and MaterialmenSections Liens90 days after final completion date to claim lien
180 days after lien is filed to enforce lien
Section 38-1-7(1)(a)(i)
Section 38-1-11(1)
Negligence4 yearsSection 78B-2-307; DOIT, Inc. v. Touche, Ross & Co., 926 P.2d 835, 842 (Utah 1996)
Negligent Misrepresentation4 yearsSection 78B-2-307; DOIT, Inc. v. Touche, Ross & Co., 926 P.2d 835, 842 (Utah 1996)
Property Damage3 yearsSection 78B-2-305
Real Property, Adverse Possession7 yearsSection 78B-2-208
Real Property, Recovery7 years (party must have been in seizure or possession within 7 years prior to action)Section 78B-2-204
Securities Registration Violations4 years after the violation or 2 years after the discovery of facts constituting the violation, whichever expires firstSection 61-1-22(7)(a)
Securities Fraud4 years after the violation or 2 years after the discovery of facts constituting the violation, whichever expires firstSection 61-1-22(7)(a)
Wrongful Interference with Contract/Intentional Interference with Prospective Economic Relations4 yearsSection 78B-2-307
Anderson v. Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc., 920 P.2d 575, 578 (Utah Ct. App. 1996)
Russell/Packard Dev., Inc. v. Carson, 78 P.3d 616, 620 (Utah Ct. App. 2003)
Catchall Provision4 yearsSection 78B-2-307