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Tort/Negligence – Breach of Contract – Civil Practice – Statute of Limitations – Personal Jurisdiction – Corporate Subsidiary — Fraud – Unfair Trade Practices — Cemetery (access required)

Birtha v. Stonemor, North Carolina, LLC Plaintiffs allege that defendants misplaced their deceased loved ones’ headstones and/or remains. Plaintiffs have cited no authority to suggest that these alleged acts amount to a continually recurring violation as opposed to the continued ill effects from an original violation; therefore, the continuing wrong doctrine does not apply to toll the statute of limitations.

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