Under English Law people who have suffered damage, whether financial or otherwise, do not have an unending right to make a claim against the person who caused the damage - they must make their claim within a specific timeframe which the law clearly sets out. Anyone who fails to make a claim within this period loses the right to take legal action. The law governing this area is set out in the Limitation Act 1980 which specifies timeframes or "limitation periods" for a variety of different claim types.

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