|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|Joan Rice v. Mary Rabb|
|Supreme Court Case 2|
|Cody Hoesly on behalf of Joan Rice|
David D. Gallaher on behalf of Mary Rabb
Statement of Issues:
|Joan Rice v. Mary Rabb (S060790) (A145606) (appeal from Umatilla County Circuit Court; opinion reported at 251 Or App 603, 284 P3d 1178 (2012)).|
Plaintiff Joan Rice has been granted review of a Court of Appeals decision that affirmed a judgment dismissing her claims for conversion and replevin on the ground that the claims were time-barred by the six-year statute of limitations governing actions for the taking of personal property, ORS 12.080(4).
On review, the issue is:
For statute of limitations purposes, under ORS 12.010 and ORS 12.080(4), do claims for conversion and replevin accrue before the plaintiff discovers, or should discover, the wrongful taking of her property?
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Justice(s) NOT Participating:
David V. Brewer