• Connecticut Supreme Court
  • Connecticut Supreme Court
  • SC 18462, 18463
  • Nov 13 2012 (Date Decided)
  • Palmer, J.
The doctrine of nullum tempus occurrit regi, (no time runs against the king), a common law rule that exempts the state from the operation of statutes of limitation and repose and from the consequences of its laches, like the closely related doctrine of sovereign immunity, continues to apply in Connecticut.

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