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The time period during which legal action for claiming compensation can be commenced is restricted and is governed by various rules usually referred to as 'The Statute of Limitation'. The expiry of the 'Limitation Period' prevents the commencement of a legal action and extinguishes the legal right to claim damages. Each province in Canada has its own general limitation statues and there may also be other relevant provincial and federal statutes which apply to different types of claim. Limitation periods are usually strictly enforced to ensure certainty and finality to the legal process, however there are often exceptions relating to children and the mentally disabled. Generally speaking the limitation period only starts to run when the relevant facts have been discovered, or ought to have been discovered by a reasonably diligent applicant. Limitation matters are often complex legal issues and it is essential that qualified legal advice is obtained without delay in regards to these time periods due to the ever changing nature of the legislation.
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