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Civil Rights Statute of Limitations – Constitutional – Religious Freedom – Municipal – Building Permit (access required)

Although plaintiff argues that no statute of limitations should apply because its “lawsuit is primarily equitable in nature,” since plaintiff requests both a trial by jury and monetary damages, both legal and equitable claims coexist in plaintiff’s complaint. When legal and equitable claims coexist, equitable remedies will be withheld if an applicable statute of limitations ...

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