How Many Years Do You Have To Take Someone To Small Claims Court In The State Of Michigan? Can Someone Take You To Court Four Or Five Years Later?

There is no statute of limitations on when actions can be brought in Small Claims Court. However, each type of action carries with it its own statute of limitation. For example, the statute of limitation period for bringing a contract action is six years. Therefore, the answer would depend on the type of case rather than the court in which if is brought.

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