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Continuing-Tort Doctrine

Continuing-Tort Doctrine

Definition

Also known as the “continuing-violation” doctrine, the principle that a tort continuing or repeating over time is treated as a whole such that the statute of limitations begins to run not when the tortious conduct begins but when it ends.

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