Under South Dakota law, the statute of limitations for a claim of fraud does not begin to run until the aggrieved party discovers, or has actual or constructive notice of, the facts constituting the fraud.
In South Dakota, when does the statute of limitations for a fraud claim begin?
About Swier Law Firm's Business Litigation Practice Group
Swier Law Firm' Business Litigation Practice Group handles the following types of cases:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Appellate Litigation
- Banking Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Contract Litigation
- Corporate Litigation
- Class Action Litigation
- Government Enforcement and White Collar Crime
- Insurance Litigation
- Real Estate Litigation
- State and Federal Regulatory Litigation
- Securities Litigation
- Technology Litigation
- Telecommunications Litigation
To learn more about business lawsuits in South Dakota, contact Swier Law Firm.