|Re: That's just pleading y'all|
Posted by Joe B on July 12, 2007 at 10:27:57:|
In Reply to: Statute of limitations. posted by LegalLingcodLarry. on July 11, 2007 at 17:51:18:
Looks like the defendant answered the complaint by filing a general denial to the complaint, which is all you'd expect to an unverified complaint. You do have to assert any affirmative defenses you have at the time you answer a complaint, and statute of limitations is an affirmative defense that could be waived if not asserted in the answer. Virtually all answers therefore contain a statute of limitations defense, as well as other likely non-applicable defenses. I wouldn't read anything at all into it other than the defendant's lawyer doesn't want to get sued for malpractice.
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