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Idaho Statutes of Limitations

All state courts impose their own sets of time limits for the filing of civil claims or criminal charges, called the statutes of limitations. In this section, FindLaw provides a list of Idaho's time limits corresponding to various types of civil claims, including judgments, personal injury claims, fraud, and collection of rents. You'll also find information about how much time prosecutors have to file criminal charges against suspects, and how some crimes have no statute of limitations. In addition, this section explains how these time limits are intended to maintain an efficient court system. Click on a link below to learn more about Idaho's statutes of limitations.

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