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Civil Practice – Sexual Abuse Of Minor Child – Parents' Suit – Limitations (access required)

Where plaintiff parents' motion for judgment alleges that defendant caused them emotional distress and attendant medical expenses by sexually abusing their minor daughter from 1974-1978, which they only discovered in 1991, their cause of action, which is derivative of their daughter's, accrued during the same time as the daughter's cause of action would have accrued, ...

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