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Title 12 : Court Procedure

Chapter 023 : LIMITATION OF TIME FOR COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIONS

Subchapter 003 : COMPUTATION OF TIME; TOLLING OF STATUTE

(Cite as: 12 V.S.A. § 552)
  • § 552. Absence from State

    If a person is out of the State when a cause of action of a personal nature mentioned in this chapter accrues against him or her, the action may be commenced within the time limited therefor after such person comes into the State. If a person is absent from and resides out of the State after a cause of action accrues against him or her and before the statute has run, and he or she has not known property within the State which can by common process of law be attached, the time of his or her absence shall not be taken as a part of the time limited for the commencement of the action. The provisions of this section shall not extend to a cause of action accruing in another state or government, when the parties thereto at the time of the accruing of such cause of action are residents of such other state or government.