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Extended period of limitation - suppression of facts - Where facts are known to both the parties omission by one to do what he might have done and not that he must have done, does not render it suppression. - HC

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April 26, 2018

Extended period of limitation - suppression of facts - Where facts are known to both the parties omission by one to do what he might have done and not that he must have done, does not render it suppression. - HC

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